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Best BBQ in PA

Browse our helpful guide to the best BBQ in PA. Order the most mouth-watering chicken and ribs at the best BBQ restaurants in PA.

1907 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19103


You'll Get Nothing Less Than Great BBQ in Philly With Devil's Alley!

What you're going to get at Devil's Alley Bar and Grill is your favorite BBQ grub, cooked to perfection, served up steaming hot, good to the last bite.The menu speaks for itself; try their St. Louis Ribs (available in perfectly plain, Grilled, Spicy Dry Rub, or Sam's Famous BBQ) and served with Crab & Corn Potato hash, a bucket of french fries, or BBQ Baked Beans. In the mood for a sandwich? How about Pulled pork with cheddar cheese & coleslaw, or the Devil Burger with half a pound of sirloin topped with onion rings and fries in between a toasted bun. What more can we say than that?

1000 Banksville Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15216


PBQ Promises Some of the Best BBQ in Pennsylvania!

The Pittsburgh Barbeque Company guarantees that it's going to serve you "the BEST Ribs, Pulled pork, and Brisket in Pittsburgh" - a bold claim, but one backed by no less than Pittsburgh's Magazine Best of the Burgh Award for 2010, not to mention numerous accolades from internet reviewers. Certainly, the Smoked Rack of Ribs and Pulled Pork Sandwiches, the homemade Hickory Baked Beans, and creamy mac and Cheese, all served up with baked apples and cornbread, seem to promise your taste buds a paradisiacal trip through the known limits of savory flavour, but there's only one way to find out. 

2339 East Carson Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15203


Mouth-Watering, Savory Barbeque in Pittsburgh!

The Double-Wide Grill has been gracing the Pittsburgh Area with the finest, highest-quality BBQ since 1939, and has only gotten better over their more than 70 years of business. What makes them so good is their dedication to the savory, smoky flavor of their food, like Death Row Delmonico (so named because it's 'the last thing you wanna eat before you die') 16 oz of wood-grilled choice ribeye, served with garlic mashies and vegetables. If that sounds good to you, we'll tell you now that everything on the menu sounds just like that. While they also serve vegetarian and vegan dishes, we're sure you'll come for the meat, and stay for the welcoming atmosphere.

307 Market Street, Harrisburg, PA 17101


Some of the Best BBQ in Pennsylvania Is Waiting At Mo Mo's!

It's not just our opinion that Mo Mo's belongs on a list of "Best BBQ in PA," they've won (among other accolades) the Memphis in May World Championship BBQ in 2010, the Safeway BBQ Battle, the American Royal BBQ Award, and the National BBQ Association Award of Excellence. If that's not enough to convince you, the food certainly will: Texas Beef Brisket, dry rubbed and slow smoked, trimmed, sliced, and piled onto a toasted bun with gourmet BBQ sauce - you know it's good just thinking about it. They have a list of regional sauces as long and as carefully, even lovingly, compiled as most restaurant's wine lists; you just can't beat dedication like that. Try it for yourself, and see if you don't agree. (You will.)

116 S 11th St, Philadelphia, PA 19107


Betty's Burger Has Great BBQ Right in Pennsylvania's Capital!

The Betty Burger needs no introduction: Half a pound of sirloin, mixed with confit pork belly, topped with avocado, cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato, roasted garlic aioli, and a fried egg, served on a toasted bun with hand-cut fries. If that doesn't sound good to you, then there's not much we can do for you; if that has caused your mouth to water, and your stomach to rumble, we can only send you to Smokin Betty's where you'll be able to enjoy this treasure, along with other spectacular gems that grace the menu (like Hickory Smoked St. Louis Ribs); you're sure to walk away satisfied, and come back hungry.







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