Southern cuisine is known for its smoky meats, sweet teas, and incredibly polite coleslaw. Taste a hunk of hospitality with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of Southern barbecue and drinks at Windy City BBQ Ribs in Powell.
Windy City BBQ Ribs boasts a menu brimming with delectable, locally lauded Southern fare, edible in-store or at home via the shop's free delivery service. Treat roaming Mason-Dixon molars to a taste of home in the form of Carolina pulled pork ($12.95), Texas beef brisket ($14.95), or regionally independent ribs ($14.95)––all of which include a choice of two sides, such as macaroni & cheese, baked beans, or collard greens. For the bun-inclined, most meats—including the bahama mama hot link—also come sandwiched ($8.95); salads ($9.95) come saddled with house-made Caesar dressing for vegetarians and those trying to kick the sauce.
Though it boasts only 10 seats in its friendly downtown dining den, Windy City offers free delivery to homes and offices within all of Columbus and neighboring Marysville (rib orders must be placed by 10 a.m. for same-day afternoon or evening delivery). For messy meatavores, Windy City also provides complimentary bibs, keeping shirts and Civil War reenactment uniforms looking regimental.
Windy City BBQ Ribs has been featured in the Columbus Dispatch:
- Windy City isn't just another barbecue clone. It uses organic meats and produce - a rarity among barbecue joints. And it offers wide delivery, well into Columbus. The all-important ribs ($14.95 for a half-slab) look anything but industrial. There's no doubt that they're prepared there. Lightly but thoroughly smoked, they're cooked to a fall-off-the-bone stage – Jon Christensen, Columbus Dispatch
Windy City BBQ Ribs
Ohio may be in the Midwest, but the menu at Windy City BBQ Ribs aims to transport diners to another part of the country. Chef and pitmaster Brandon Shy lives up to his slogan of “Put some south in your mouth!” with a heaping spread of southern-style barbecue, from smoked ribs and rotisserie chicken to Dixie sides such as and potato salad and collared greens. Guests can sign their name on the eatery’s Wall of Fame after enjoying a meal in the small indoor and outdoor seating areas. The meat emporium shuts down each day when the food is gone, so calling or sending up smoke signals in advance is recommended.
32 Grace Dr.
Powell, Ohio 43065Get Directions