20 найкращих ресторанів з барбекю в Чикаго

20 Chicago’s Best Barbecue Restaurants

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  1. Baobab BBQ

2301 W Foster Ave
Chicago, IL 60625

(872) 888-8922

Smoked meats with South African influences are the focus at this North Side establishment. Specialties include boerewors – South African sausage made with beef, lamb, and pork – and a tangy, peach-based “monkey gland sauce.”

  1. Earl’s BBQ

4835 N Austin Ave
Chicago, IL 60630

(773) 628-7870

This Jefferson Park spot lets eaters satisfy meat cravings early and often. Earl’s opens at 8:30 a.m. (9 a.m. on Sundays) so that folks can get barbecue items, such as a brisket burrito and pulled pork poutine, for breakfast. Other favorites include smoked salmon, rib tips, and smoked polish sausage. There’s a drive-thru as well for those on the go.

  1. Smoque BBQ

3800 N Pulaski Rd
Chicago, IL 60641

(773) 545-7427

The place that started Chicago’s barbecue renaissance is well-known and beloved by smoked meats enthusiasts. The meaty St. Louis ribs are slathered with a Memphis-style dry rub and smoked over apple and oak, while the moist and tender brisket by way of Texas is one of the finest in town.

  1. Fat Willy’s

2416 W Schubert Ave
Chicago, IL 60647

(773) 782-1800

Located across the street from a theater, this laid-back barbecue shack is the place to go to fatten up before or after a movie. Pork racks are the specialty here and available as rib tips, spare ribs, or baby backs.

  1. Twin Anchors Restaurant & Tavern

1655 N Sedgwick St
Chicago, IL 60614

(312) 266-1616

One of the city’s oldest restaurants has been slow-cooking its famous baby back ribs for decades.

  1. Lillie’s Q

1856 W North Ave
Chicago, IL 60622

(773) 772-5500

The menu has expanded to include new items like Texas brisket and pimento cheese sausage while the service is now counter. Old favorites – fried pickles, tri tips – remain, as do Lillie’s Q’s lineup of bottled sauces.

  1. Chicago q

1160 N Dearborn St
Chicago, IL 60610

(312) 642-1160

Start with complimentary bottomless barbecue chips before moving onto prime brisket, smoked chicken, pulled pork, and ribs – available in two different cuts and “competition-style.”

  1. Smoke Daddy

1804 W Division St
Chicago, IL 60622

(773) 772-6656

Diners who are indecisive (or extra hungry) should try one of the platters, which comes with choice of several meats, but make sure to also get an order of the smoked wings.

  1. Bro-N-Laws Bar-B-Q

3820 W Chicago Ave
Chicago, IL 60651

(773) 227-8344

This Humboldt Park spot is the welcome exception to that norm, utilizing an aquarium smoker to produce tasty rib and turkey tips, links, and slabs of ribs.

  1. Bub City

435 N Clark St
Chicago, IL 60654

(312) 610-4200

The menu features the usual suspects, such as hot links, smoked wings, brisket, and baby back ribs. Don’t skip the fried chicken – dipped in buttermilk with secret spices – indulgent sides, or extensive whiskey collection either.

  1. Blackwood BBQ

307 W Lake St
Chicago, IL 60606

(312) 621-9663

The menu is fairly simple and features pulled pork, pulled chicken, smoked sausage, and brisket that’s been smoked for up to 15 hours.

  1. Green Street Smoked Meats

112 N Green St
Chicago, IL 60607

(312) 754-0434

Texas-inspired meats, like brisket, pastrami, pork belly, and ribs, are sold by the half pound. The simple menu also offers several sides as well as Frito pie topped with brisket chili.

  1. County Barbeque

1352 W Taylor St
Chicago, IL 60607

(312) 265-0836

Diners can expect to chow on rib tips, St. Louis ribs, Texas brisket, hot links, and more.

  1. Honky Tonk BBQ

1800 S Racine Ave
Chicago, IL 60608

(312) 226-7427

His Memphis-style, dry-rubbed barbecue includes brisket, baby back and St. Louis ribs, smoked chicken, and some of the city’s finest pulled pork.

  1. Honey 1 BBQ

746 East 43rd Street
Chicago, IL 60653

(773) 285-9455

Owner and Arkansas native Robert Adams runs this acclaimed barbecue spot with his son Robert Jr. and together the two slow-cook their meats over wood fire in a glass-walled “aquarium” smoker. The result is tender, meaty, and lean spare ribs, rib tips, hot links, and pulled pork that’s gained a devoted following.

  1. Leon’s Barbecue

4550 S Archer Ave
Chicago, IL 60632

(773) 247-4360

  1. Uncle J’s BBQ

502 E 47th St
Chicago, IL 60653

(872) 244-3535

  1. Lem’s BBQ House

311 E 75th St
Chicago, IL 60619

(773) 994-2428

  1. Chuck’s Southern Comforts Cafe

6501 W 79th St
Burbank, IL 60459

(708) 229-8700

  1. I-57 Rib House

1524 W 115th St
Chicago, IL 60643

(773) 429-1111

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