Like phone numbers and ill-considered doctoral theses, barbecue sauce often ends up on a napkin. Dole out savory blots with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $20 worth of barbecue, valid from March 3 to April 4 on Sunday–Thursday
- $10 for $20 worth of barbecue, valid from April 7 to May 9 on Sunday–Thursday
Two-meat combos ($16), such as pulled pork and sausage, vie for affections with chili ($3.75/cup), brisket sandwiches ($9), and salmon ($16). See the full menu.
At Brickhouse BBQ, consistently ranked among Madison Magazine's Best BBQ Restaurants since their opening in 2010, the kitchen staff smokes free-range meats and slathers homemade sauces on their fire-licked exteriors. The menu lists southern-style staples and appetizers such as crispy golden hush puppies, pan-fried catfish, and smoked St. Louis–style ribs, and sides such as cheddar grits, collard greens, and mac 'n' cheese partner up with entrees to do-si-do across palates. Bites are punctuated with 1 of 40 tap beers—which highlight microbreweries of the Midwest—or cocktails such as the Old Fashioned, an in-house infusion of Kentucky bourbon with muddled orange. Inside the restaurant’s two-level dining room, low-lit brick walls, exposed ceiling beams, and a mirage of silk tumbleweeds lend the eatery a chic, rustic vibe that's also showcased through its rooftop patio.
82% of 102 customers recommend
“GOOD BARTENDER, GOOD BEERS AND FOOD, THANKS!”
“Also really enjoyed the cole slaw for the first time”
“My family loves Brickhouse BBQ. It's our favorite place to go for BBQ in Madison. We don't go very often because free parking downtown is scarce and the prices are on...”
“My family loves Brickhouse BBQ. It's our favorite place to go for BBQ in Madison. We don't go very often because free parking downtown is scarce and the prices are on the higher side, but it is really good.”