BBQ Restaurants in Alabama

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  • Demetris Bar-B-Q
    Demetri?s BBQ has been serving the Homewood community with scrumptious recipes for barbeque staples for fifty years. Its menu of savory barbecue fare stands open for grazing like the most delicious field of grass ever to be put on a bun. Sidle up to a starter of hickory wings ($3.95 for 5, $6.95 for 10) or add wings to the rings ($7.25) to set your taste buds stretching. Splendidly steaming plates of warm pork ($8.70), half slabs of ribs ($12.50), or hamburger steaks ($8.70) are served with a choice of two veggies or sides?southern staples such as green beans, baked beans, potato salad, and slaw run rampant like children at a burst fire-hydrant filled with chocolate milk. Vegetarians are also welcome at Demetri?s BBQ and can enjoy a veggie plate ($5.95) or a greek salad ($4.60?$5.90). Pies are also available to end each meal sweetly, baked from scratch in varieties such as lemon meringue and coconut cream ($3.35).
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    1901 28th Ave S
    Birmingham, AL US
  • Jim N Nick's Barbeque
    Chow down on ribs, slaw and more at Jim N Nick's Barbeque, a down-home barbecue joint in Montgomery. Don't expect to find any low-fat fare on Jim N Nick's Barbeque's menu — you'll need to be prepared to indulge a bit. Drinks here are readily available, so you can enjoy a glass of red or try something new. Little guys and gals will also love dining at Jim N Nick's Barbeque, which offers a family-friendly environment (and menu). The patio tables outside of Jim N Nick's Barbeque are the perfect spot for a summer meal. Parties of any size can easily be seated at Jim N Nick's Barbeque. Wifi access is totally free at Jim N Nick's Barbeque, perfect for catching up on the news, hopping on social media, or even working. Between the music and the crowds, Jim N Nick's Barbeque's noise levels can be intense. No need to gussy up for a trip to Jim N Nick's Barbeque, where patrons dress for comfort and fun. Or, take your food to go. You can also have Jim N Nick's Barbeque cater your next event. At Jim N Nick's Barbeque, you can easily find parking in the lot next door. Meals at Jim N Nick's Barbeque are affordable, with the average tab amounting to about $30 per person. Jim N Nick's Barbeque serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by whenever is most convenient for you.
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    6415 Atlanta Hwy
    Montgomery, AL US
  • The Brick Pit
    The Brick Pit’s owner, Bill Armbrecht, firmly believes that great barbecue can't be rushed. Open the red doors of his massive smoker—"Big Red"— and you’ll uncover juicy slabs of ribs, chicken, and pork that have been roasting anywhere from 6 to 30 hours. Bill coats each cut of meat in his legendary spicy barbecue sauce, which was lauded by reporters from Southern Living and relished by Adam Richman on Man v. Food. For a sweet finish, Bill and his chefs whip up housemade banana pudding each day from scratch. After ordering barbecue platters from the back window, guests retreat into the lively dining room. The walls are decorated in the doodles, praise, and thesis papers of the hundreds of guests who've passed through the restaurant's doors along with framed awards and glowing news articles.
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    5456 Old Shell Rd.
    Mobile, AL US
  • Granville's Gourmet Ribs and Barbeque
    When Granville Bruner envisioned Granville's BBQ, he imagined a casual restaurant in which he could share his time-tested recipes for slow-cooked meats such as dry-rubbed hams, succulent turkeys, and tender chickens with the foodies and families of Huntsville. Noting that the establishment "proves good barbecue isn't limited to hard-to-find back country shacks," Jon Busdecker of the Huntsville Times praised the ribs as "tender, smoky, and so, so good." The menu is filled with flavorful, pleasantly uncomplicated platters of catfish, brisket, and ribs that hit the spot, apologize to it, and then give it a barbecue-sauce-slathered hug. With a few TVs turned to the big game, walls hung with understated art, and modest tables and chairs, Granville's no-nonsense approach charms diners as they enjoy a comforting meal that leaves chatty bellies all talked out.
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    200 Oakwood Ave NE
    Huntsville, AL US
  • Archibald & Woodrow's Barbeque
    The lore surrounding Archibald & Woodrow's Barbeque is almost as thick and delicious as its eponymous sauce. After opening in 1962, Archibald & Woodrow’s Barbeque was just a mom-and-pop joint run by George and Betty Archibald. Legend even has it that in the early days famed football coach Bear Bryant frequented the eatery, no doubt leaving with the occasional hot wing tucked under his iconic houndstooth hat. Though they started small, half a century and three generations worth of experience have seen the Archibald family spread their recipes far and wide, gaining acclaim from The New York Times, Good Morning America, and Southern Living Magazine. George's and Betty's successors still use the same hickory wood to add a smoky richness to their meat and sauce. This imparts crispiness to outer layers of rib slabs while leaving pulled pork moist and tender, like a beaux professing his love and shuffling to remain dramatically under the oscillating sprinkler. The staff serves their primary fare with bread and a choice of two sides—fried green tomatoes offer a tangy counterpoint to fried catfish, and slaw adds a creamy balance to the spicy flavors of half-chickens and hot wings.
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    4215 Greensboro Avenue
    Tuscaloosa, AL US
  • Mikey's Grill
    Cajun food has always played an important role in Michael and Melissa Lee’s life, from their childhood upbringing in Louisiana to their 15 years spent working at a southern seafood restaurant. The brother and sister teamed up to open Mikey’s Grill, pulling from their combined talents and years of experience to craft a menu filled with contemporary takes on classic Cajun dishes that have been lauded by reporters from Birmingham Weekly. Chef Michael “Mikey” Lee commands the kitchen, slicing steaks and grating cheese himself while ensuring only the finest seafood is used in his innovative pastas and specialties, turning away catches that aren’t fresh enough. Michael’s mother Donna can also be spotted in the kitchen, whipping up the restaurant’s freshly baked desserts from scratch and pinching any exposed cheeks in her visual range. Out in the dining hall, Melissa takes the lead, cheerfully greeting guests and captaining a team of friendly servers, who place plates of gourmet dishes, baskets of rolls, and glasses of colorful cocktails on red-clothed tables.
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    4524 Southlake Pkwy, Ste 7
    Birmingham, AL US

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