BBQ Restaurants in Downtown Fullerton


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  • Rialto Cafe
    Casual American fare can be found at Rialto Cafe. Rialto Cafe is great for families with kids. Eat outdoors Rialto Cafe (weather permitting) with their beautiful patio seating. If you're strapped for time, take out food from Rialto Cafe. Parking is accessible and not far from the restaurant. Store your bike safely at one of the main bike racks near Rialto Cafe. Meals at Rialto Cafe usually set you back about $30 per diner.
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    108 W Wilshire Ave
    Fullerton, CA US
  • Back Alley Bar and Grill
    Fill up on fries and other comfort food at Back Alley Bar and Grill, a savory spot for American cuisine. There are no low-fat options here, though, so save a few extra calories for your next visit. A night out deserves a drink to celebrate, and Back Alley Bar and Grill has the perfect selection of beer and wine to go with your meal. Weather permitting, come enjoy a wonderful meal outside at Back Alley Bar and Grill. Between the music and the crowds, expect noise levels to reach upper limits at the restaurant. Not a popular place for dress-up dining, most Back Alley Bar and Grill patrons come in casual attire. Parking is easy at Back Alley Bar and Grill, especially those looking to park on the street or in a lot close by. For those who travel by bike, Back Alley Bar and Grill offers bike racks for diners. For a decently-priced meal that's not too fancy, Back Alley Bar and Grill hits the nail on the head.
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    116 1/2 W Wilshire Ave
    Fullerton, CA US
  • Florestine's Downtown Grill
    The lively culinary team at Florentine?s Grill cossets palates with its robust menu of flavorful Italian American favorites in a gorgeous dining room swathed in European d?cor. Delve into Florentine's selection of lunchtime specials for the crisp cobb salad with diced white turkey, bacon, egg, and more greens than Richie Rich's bank account ($9.99). Diners can anchor their incisors in an array of sandwiches, wraps, and half-pound burgers that include the bounteous bruschetta burger, hoisting mozzarella cheese and spicy mayo on focaccia bread ($10.99). For a sea of savory flavors, dive into the tilapia picatta drizzled with a lemon-butter caper sauce ($17.99), or quell a tumultuous tummy before it bellows like a wounded tuba by ordering the thick-cut prime rib, which is slathered in a creamy horseradish sauce and served only on Friday and Saturday nights, with hearty sides of mashed potatoes and creamed spinach ($22.99).
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    102 North Harbor Boulevard
    Fullerton, CA US
  • The Slidebar Rock n' Roll Kitchen
    The Slidebar Rock-n-Roll Kitchen is entrenched in Orange County's music scene. Owned by Jeremy Popoff, guitarist and songwriter for the platinum rock band Lit, the venue celebrates all things rock. Even the comfort food–influenced menu echoes a rock 'n' roll show, with diners choosing from "opening acts" such as the signature deep-fried mac 'n' cheese or seared ahi tuna before moving on to "headliners" such as grilled fish tacos and vodka cream fettuccine. Finally comes the "encore," during which guests dig into desserts such as cheesecake taquitos, then play air guitar on their forks and smash them on the table. Lighter options are also available for health-conscious dining rockstars, such as quinoa with tofu and kale salad. On any given night, local and national bands take the stage, and on Wednesday nights, patrons can attempt to make their own mark on rock 'n' roll history with a karaoke machine.
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    124 E Commonwealth Ave
    Fullerton, CA US
  • The Pint House
    When the Ventura family decided to open a second location of The Pint House in 2012, they did so under the notion that it wouldn't have to be exactly the same as its predecessor. And it's not?at the Orange outpost, groups gather around a 17-foot redwood table and share Asian-inspired small plates such as teriyaki beef skewers and ahi poke. They can also drool over each other's entrees of short-rib bolognese and shrimp-wrapped scallops. But at the Fullerton location, guests sit amid the backyard patio's greenery while diving into Mediterranean salads. Both spots serve the burgers The Pint House is known for, half-pound sirloin patties that are hand-pressed to order. Several versions are available on both menus, including the West Coast BBQ burger with applewood smoked bacon, melted cheddar, and housemade sauce. Craft beer is another common denominator, as are signature cocktails and atmospheres rich in both nitrogen and oxygen.
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    136 W Wilshire Ave
    Fullerton, CA US
  • JP23 BBQ
    Slow-smoking is the name of the game at JP23 BBQ Sports Restaurant. Here, chicken wings alone are slow-smoked for three hours before the pit masters toss them in any of 10 house sauces, which include citrus barbecue and sriracha-spiked roasted garlic. These sauces?all made from scratch?also lend their flavors to the sliced tri-tip and pulled chicken. Of course, not everything at JP23 is slathered with sauce. Slices of texas toast bookend bacon and scoops of mac and cheese, while chili and creamy guacamole cover heaps of fries. To complement the food, bartenders pour 30 draft beers hailing from local and overseas breweries. The beers even find their way into cocktails such as JP23's bloody mary, which blends pepper-flavored vodka with Guinness. As if that weren't enough to draw crowds for the next big sporting event, JP23 recently came under new ownership, which means a new menu, more seating, more TVs, and (hopefully) more no-holds-barred sauce fights.
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    101 S Harbor Blvd.
    Fullerton, CA US

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