12 "BBQ" Restaurants in Miami.
BBQ & Craft Company is a casual spot serving Brickell’s best barbecue.
Kyu is a great Wynwood restaurant that serves dishes with Japanese, Korean, and Thai influences. It’s always crowded, and never disappoints.
Gyu-Kaku is a Japanese barbecue restaurant in Brickell where you cook your own food. It can work for a casual weeknight dinner.
La Traila is a casual barbecue spot in Miami Lakes. The ribs, cornbread, and banana pudding are pretty tasty.
Lil’ Greenhouse Grill is a casual soul food spot with great ribs and banana pudding.
El Balbiquiu is a great Puerto Rican barbecue spot in North Bay Village. It’s casual and just about everything is delicious.
Big Mama's is an outdoor barbecue spot with some pretty good ribs - and even better sides.
Drinking Pig is a weekends-only barbecue pop-up run by three local chefs. You place an order via Instagram.
King Jerk is a food truck parked in Opa-locka. Stop by for some excellent chicken and mac and cheese.
Hometown Barbecue in Allapattah serves Miami’s best barbecue, but there are other dishes here that are just as good.
Bon Gout BBQ is a Haitian barbecue spot in Little Haiti serving everything from brisket to griot tacos.