2019 Best Barbecue Restaurants in Twin Cities Area

Top BBQ Joints
in Twin Cities

The meaning of the term "barbecue" changes from one part of the country to another. From Texas to Kansas City and across the Southeast, barbecue means well-seasoned meat cooked "low and slow" over wood until it develops a pink "smoke ring." Memphis barbecue is especially known for its rubs. Texas prefers beef for barbecue, and pork is the basis of barbecue in the Southeast. Sauces and sides vary widely, too.

Whatever your pleasure, try one of GAYOT's Top Barbecue Restaurants in Twin Cities, presented in alphabetical order.

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Market Bar-B-Que
12/20
Down-home, pit-smoked barbecue has been attracting aficionados since 1946. See More
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Redstone American Grill
12/20
If you can't get away to the cabin up north, head to Redstone American Grill for your Northwoods fix. See More

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Scott Ja-Mama's
11/20
Scotty's has been kicking out ribs slathered in his Mama's secret sauce for quite some time. See More
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Ted Cook's 19th Hole Barbeque
QB
Sauced-up and wood-smoked, this hole-in-the-wall serves up some of the best 'cue in the Twin Cities. See More
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