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Barbecue in Miami

  • Sparky's Roadside Barbecue
    204 NE 1st St. | Downtown/Overtown

    The brisket sandwich is already legendary: a freshly grilled bun piled with juicy slices of prime beef imbued with smoky glory and spice-rubbed flavor. The owners use a blend of some two dozen... More on Sparky's Roadside Barbecue »

  • Levi's BBQ
    Corner of Southwest 59th Place and 62nd Street | Coral Gables/South Miami

    On Fridays and Saturdays, a dirt parking lot behind a South Miami church comes alive with folks in search of Levi Kelly's succulent ribs. For $8 he'll give you a quarter rack of the crispiest,... More on Levi's BBQ »

  • The Pit Bar-B-Q
    16400 SW 8th St. | Sweetwater/Westchester/West Miami

    That plume of smoke you see rising by Everglades National Park entrance at Shark Valley is likely emanating from Pit's wood cabin. What's on the grill are juicy ribs, or chicken, or even frogs... More on The Pit Bar-B-Q »

  • Shiver's BBQ
    28001 S. Dixie Highway | Homestead/Florida City

    Shiver's is an institution -- that's what they call you when you've been in business for 57 years. The requisite weathered, log cabin/picnic table-and-bench décor remains in place, with obligatory... More on Shiver's BBQ »

  • People's Bar-B-Que
    360 NW 8th St. | Downtown/Overtown

    Oak is the wood of choice for barbecuing at People's, the Overtown restaurant that's been serving barbecue and soul food specialties for four decades. The menu includes oxtails, pork chops, and... More on People's Bar-B-Que »

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  • Shorty's BBQ Bird Road
    11575 Bird Road | West Kendall

    It's been almost 50 years since "Shorty" Allen opened his first log-cabin-style barbecue restaurant. Though the business changed hands in 1980, the hickory-smoked chicken and ribs, creamy cole... More on Shorty's BBQ Bird Road »

  • James BBQ
    Northeast 4th Court at Northeast 48th Terrace | Midtown/Wynwood/Design District

    Tomato or mustard? Tangy or sweet? Every barbecue lover has his or her sauce preferences, but in all honesty, the sauce is just windowdressing. It's the meat that matters and it's James's meat... More on James BBQ »

  • Shorty's Bar-B-Q
    9200 S. Dixie Highway | East Kendall/Pinecrest

    It's been almost 50 years since "Shorty" Allen opened his first log-cabin-style barbecue restaurant. Though the business changed hands in 1980, the hickory-smoked chicken and ribs, creamy cole... More on Shorty's Bar-B-Q »

  • Pride and Joy
    2800 N. Miami Ave. | Midtown/Wynwood/Design District

    Pride and Joy was one of the most highly anticipated restaurant openings in Wynwood in 2012. The barbecue eatery is a partnership among Myron Mixon and five South Florida locals -- Mike Saladino,... More on Pride and Joy »

  • The Ranch House Original
    1548 W. 84th St. | West Dade

    It's hard to screw up french fries. Step one, cut potato. Step two, fry potato. Step three, eat delicious fried potato smothered in ketchup. But to be the BEST when it comes to fries is another... More on The Ranch House Original »

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