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2824 W Armitage Ave., Chicago

$7 for $15 Worth of Savory Barbecue Cuisine at Brand BBQ Market

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Highlights

  • Slow-cooked, smoked meat with choice of seven sauces
  • Gourmet sandwiches
  • BYOB

Customer Reviews

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Hershtop reviewer
12 ratings11 reviews
April 9, 2012
Finger licking good bbq but the rib meat should be tender and fall of the bone. Great flavor though and nice sauces.
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Carrietop reviewer
14 ratings9 reviews
March 22, 2012
We had phenomenal service and food- we even had the three kids with this time, and they were great with the kiddos too! Everyone left happy and with a belly full of amazing food- thank you!
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Michaeltop reviewer
45 ratings8 reviews
March 22, 2012
They were out of ribs! The food we had was just o.k. and not a great value for the price.
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Elenatop reviewer
19 ratings16 reviews
March 22, 2012
the meats tasted the same...very smokey/over powering for me. an hour later i was still tasting the bbq. maybe diff seasoning on diff meats. they don't open up til 5pm...would have liked to eat there for lunch.
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Art
10 ratings3 reviews
March 22, 2012
Things take so long on each and every visit. I just don't have the time to waste... and it's never as busy as it would need to be to understand the length of time spent waiting for everything.
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Rodolfotop reviewer
14 ratings10 reviews
March 21, 2012
The place is cozy and also BYOB!
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martintop reviewer
13 ratings11 reviews
March 21, 2012
Keep up the great work!
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Marie
2 ratings1 reviews
March 21, 2012
more staff.....better service
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About This Deal

Getting barbecue sauce on your shirt can be embarrassing, but only if you forgot to keep an extra dining shirt in your back pocket. Double-check your jeans in preparation for today's deal: for $7, you get $15 worth of savory barbecue cuisine at Brand BBQ Market in Logan Square.

Brand BBQ Market serves slow-cooked, smoked meat made with love and a kick of homemade sauce. Kick off the meatstravaganza with a starter such as the Brandcheezie (venison sausage stuffed with gorgonzola, wrapped in bacon, and topped with over-fried onions, mixed greens, and an earthy brandy-cherry sauce, $8.95). Brand BBQ boasts a bevy of mouth-watering sandwiches, including the Newcity Resto–noted pork-belly confit, a culinary masterpiece that is crispy on the outside, buttery on the inside, and covered in a fried egg and drizzle of maple mayo on all other sides ($10.95). The hearty assortment of burgers and entrees features sinful selections such as the hypocrite burger, a half pound of ground beef layered with smoked portabella, bacon, and horseradish cheddar sauce. Meanwhile, a classic slab of smoked baby back ribs can cure any medium-to-large barbecue hankering (half slab $13.95, full slab $19.95). Folks raised by vegetables need not fear, as Brand offers several vegetarian entrees, such as a grilled portabella-mushroom sandwich with roasted red pepper, mixed greens, and goat cheese ($7.95).

Indecisive diners can ask for sample portions of Brand's most popular dishes ($3.95 each); nonetheless, with seven sauce options, choices are never easy. The wide-windowed West Armitage location is BYOB, though seating is limited. Carryout orders are welcome, but they must be placed in person so as to visually verify a customer's status at the top of the food chain.

Reviews

Newcity Resto listed Brand BBQ Market in its annual Top 5 of Everything awards in the categories of Top 5 Sandwiches (for Brand BBQ’s pork belly confit sandwich), Top Fries of 2009 (for its sweet potato fries), and Top 5 Organ Meats/Charcuterie/Sausage (for its Brandcheezie sandwich). Numerous local online and print publications have reviewed the restaurant, including the Chicago Tribune, the Chicago Reader, Daily Candy, Metromix, and Centerstage. More than 130 Yelpers give Brand BBQ Market an average of 3.5 stars, and nearly 1,140 Facebookers are fans:

  • The formal training of pit mistress Sweet Charity Smith--a name perfectly suited to barbecue or, for that matter, "adult ballet"--shines on the cheffier portions of the menu. – Gary Wiviott, Chicago Reader
  • The crew at the neighborhoody smokehouse works over apple, cherry, and hickory coals to produce flavorful, melt-in-your-mouth meat. – Daily Candy

Fine Print

Promotional value expires Mar 8, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per visit. No cash back or credit. Not valid with other offers. Tax and gratuity not included. In-person orders only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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