MostBest Seattle | Barbecue

There are 100 barbecue restaurants in Seattle. Feeling overwhelmed? MostBest knows the Top 3.

Contrary to popular belief, amazing barbecue can be found way up north. Don’t be afraid to get a little messy at these authentic barbecue spots.

PECO’S PIT BBQ

via Flickr user Kimberly Vardeman

via Flickr user Kimberly Vardeman

Pecos Pit is somewhat of a local legend in the Seattle area. This little shack has been open for decades, and people still line up each day to grab lunch smothered in their signature secret barbecue sauce recipe. Each meal comes in a generous portion size, and you’ll most likely have plenty of leftovers for a second barbecue feast. Beware: the hot sauce is HOT!

We Love Their: Spiked Brisket, Baked Beans

2260 1st Ave S
(206) 623-0629
www.pescospitbarbeque.com

RORO BBQ & GRILL

via Flickr user Chris Blakeley

via Flickr user Chris Blakeley

With five incredible homemade sauces and an out-of-this-world secret smoking process, RoRo will have your taste buds tingling. They even have a vegan entree, the Pulled Portobello Sandwich, so that everyone can enjoy! While it may look unassuming, you can’t miss out on RoRo BBQ & Grill.

We Love Their: Pork Ribs, Seattle Succotash, Pulled Portobello Sandwich

3620 Stone Way N
(206) 954-1100
www.rorobbqseattle.com

THE BARBECUE PIT

via Flickr user vxla

via Flickr user vxla

Everyone in Seattle knows about The Barbecue Pit and it’s friendly owner Pookey. Even the kids from the local high school come here during their lunch breaks to fill up. Smoked over a kindling of local trees, you won’t find taste like this anywhere else, and you can smell these tasty meats all the way down the street as each one is smoked for about four hours.  

We Love Their: Pork Ribs, Collard Greens

2509 E Cherry St
(206) 724-0005
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