BBQ Restaurants in South Miami


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  • Uncle Tom Barbaque
    Enjoy classic barbecue dishes at Uncle Tom Barbaque in Coral Gables and embrace the mess. Dieters beware — Uncle Tom Barbaque does not offer low-fat cuisine. Find time to peruse the wine list here — Uncle Tom Barbaque offers a variety of drink options. With its kid-friendly vibe, Uncle Tom Barbaque is a great spot for families to chow down. For weekday specials that hit the spot, head to Uncle Tom Barbaque's happy hour. Be sure to check out Uncle Tom Barbaque's outdoor seating when the climate is right. Bring your laptop here and tap into the complimentary wifi. Your group can sit comfortably at Uncle Tom Barbaque, a local restaurant. Enjoy the vibe here with a business casual dress code. Through their catering service, Uncle Tom Barbaque can also set out a delicious spread for your next party. If time is of the essence, Uncle Tom Barbaque's take-out option may be a better fit. If preferred, patrons can leave their vehicles in a nearby lot, though space is available on the street as well. Store your bike at a nearby rack and enjoy a bite to eat at Uncle Tom Barbaque. Meals at Uncle Tom Barbaque are moderately priced — most diners spend about $30 per person. Uncle Tom Barbaque offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner, so stop by whenever is most convenient for you.
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    3988 SW 8th St
    Coral Gables, FL US
  • Woody's Bar-B-Q
    Woody Mills is thinking of his mother, Grace Meyer. In 1980, she collaborated with Woody and his wife Yolanda to formulate three recipes that became Woody's sweet, hot, and tangy-mustard sauces—the linchpins of the first Woody's Bar-B-Q in Jacksonville. At that point, Woody became the guardian of the family's legacy of southern-style barbecue, which medal-winning pitmaster Paul Kirk and barbecue historian Ardie Davis went on to feature in their roaster's anthology America's Best BBQ. And while the recipes remain a secret, Grace Meyer's legacy is anything but. Today, Woody's Bar-B-Q franchises bring the celebrated marriage between pickles and pulled pork to eight states throughout the country. The menu kicks off with battered okra—fried exclusively with trans-fat-free oil—alongside the hearty and hotly contentious Brunswick stew, which both Georgia and Virginia claim as their own unique creation. Two types of pulled pork and ribs star among a roundup of beef brisket, shrimp, and chicken, all of which can be packed into a sandwich for a quick drive-thru meal or spread on platters for catered events. Through helpings of garlic toast, Texas gets a special nod on nearly every plate, whereas signature baked beans and fluffy cream pies evoke a broader southern tradition of using rich comfort food for physical comedy.
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    16367 Southwest 88th Street
    Miami, FL US
  • Shorty's Bar-B-Q
    "We just catered a 1939 high school reunion the other day, and you should have heard the stories," Norma Sanchez, Shorty's catering manager, told the Miami New Times in 2013. "These old-timers were talking about how they used to skip school to go eat at Shorty's." And today, patrons can eat food much like what those teens of yesteryear ate. That's because Shorty's recipes, from its spice rubs to its sauces, haven't really changed from when E.L. "Shorty" Allen opened his first location: a log cabin with screen windows, picnic tables, and cement floors. What started as a humble eatery has overcome fires and hurricanes to grow into five locations spread throughout South Florida. At each, groups still gather around picnic tables to dig into baby-back ribs, barbecue chicken, and the ever-popular coleslaw while washing bites down down with draft beers, wine, or glasses of melted ice if they're patient.
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    2255 Northwest 87th Avenue
    Miami, FL US
  • Sparky's Roadside Barbecue
    Slow down and enjoy a tasty grilled steak at Sparky's Roadside Barbecue. They’ve been in business since 2010, so they are masters of their craft. Great barbecue equals good times and that’s exactly the kind of atmosphere you’re going to enjoy at Sparky’s. That’s the only place, where you’ll be able to savor a number of American styles of regional barbecue as well as their legendary original rubs and six different sauces that give the smoky meat that little something extra to make it truly scrumptious. Everything is thrown on the plate as soon as it's done in the pit – piping hot and fresh with all the mouth-watering juices still inside the meat. There are plenty of tasty appetizers to munch on while you’re waiting for those ribs too!
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    204 NE 1st St
    Miami, FL US
  • Pit Bar-B-Q
    Quality barbecue in Miami is just a quick drive away! Take a bite out of some original Latin sides including the gator bites and frog legs. If you’ve got a group, consider a rack of the baby back ribs or an entire barbecued chicken to conquer your hunger. The outdoor seating is great for taking in the perfect southern Florida weather, and the decorations on the wall will give you a glimpse into the history of the restaurant. Try the pulled pork sandwich for a taste of real southern barbecue flavor, and don’t forget the sides. If you’d like a beer, the condensed menu is offered at low prices to compliment your grilled feast.
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    16400 SW 8th St
    Miami, FL US
  • La Fogata Charcoals Latin Grill
    The specialty at this Latin-inspired eatery is tostones, thick slices of fresh plantain that chefs fry twice to produce a warm, crisp flavor. This is just one of the traditional recipes they perfect, in addition to sizzling shrimp fajitas and skewers of seared churrasco-style beef. If you can't make up your mind, try the appetizer combo that includes a tasty assortment of plantains, quesadillas, and sausage, or combos with two types of protein. The desserts also draw inspiration from Latin tradition. Diners can satisfy their sweet tooth with syrup-sweet caramel flan or a spicy rum cake topped with custard.
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    8239 West Flagler St.
    Miami, FL US

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