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Let us help you celebrate the special lady in your life – you treat her to the best barbeque in the city and we’ll give her a FREE piece of triple chocolate cake!

On Mother’s Day, share a selfie with Mom enjoying your meal and you could win a $100 gift card! (Don’t do social? No worries, just email your pic to samantha@citybbq.com to enter.)

*Free cake with purchase, 5/8/16 only.

The easiest way to feed a crowd!

Our Slider Packs and Taqo Packs come with all the fixin’s to feed 24 folks. These new Packs are perfect for get-togethers that don’t require the full spread – guests can grab a slider or taqo and mingle with friends! Perfect for grad parties, tailgates, backyard parties & more!

The best barbecue in the city, in one hand…forget the fork and knife!

Order online and Pig Up at your local joint for hassle free party food.

Do you want the ULTIMATE no hassle party? We Cater! Click here to get the process started!

Confession #119:

“I love the flavor of the potato salad. I think it’s better than my mom’s!”

Confession #185:

“…and decided to try your establishment because it said ‘brisket’ I have to admit, the BEST brisket I have had in over 10 years – that’s about the time I left Texas… Thank you!”

Give ‘Que, Get ‘Que!

April 11, 2016

Get a FREE Pulled Pork Sandwich when you buy a $30 or more gift card, now through Father’s Day!

The gift card is the perfect gift for Moms, Dads and Grads… The sandwich is our gift to you!
*If you don’t want the sandwich when you buy the gift card, you can get a voucher for your next visit! Voucher expires 8/31/16.

What happens when you smoke a brisket for 18 hours, mix it with some secret sauces, smoke it again, then serve it with a smoked corn, tomato, and chimichurri salsa on a grilled tortilla?

BBQ BLISS via our NEW Double Smoked Brisket Taqos! 

(Double Smoked Brisket Taqos, wow, that is a mouthful… and you’ll love every delicious bite :D)

“These aren’t your average taco, folks! We have been refining our recipe over the course of the last six months. Our guests who have tried them can’t get enough… It’s one of those crave-able items that is cool and a little different. The preparation time for these Taqos is intense – we make a batch based on our best guess for what we will sell the next day. If we sell out, it takes us another 20 hours to make more.” said Matt Ferguson, City Barbeque restaurant General Manager in Grove City, Ohio (one of three stores to test the Taqos).

We take our national award winning hickory smoked brisket, shred it, mix it with sauce, then smoke it again… it’s smoky – the kind of smoky you will crave again a few minutes after your last bite.  We put that wonderful brisket on a flour tortilla, cover it with a smoked corn, tomato, and chimichurri salsa – then serve them up in threes.  If you want some extra heat or zing we also garnish it with a charred jalapeno and lime with pickled onions.

Double-Smoked Brisket TaQos are priced at three for $9.

And yes, TaQo’s is pronounced just like tacos. You’ll figure out why it has a Q in the name…

*We make these fresh daily in small batches, so we might sell out at times.

 

March is National Brain Injury Awareness month. We’re wrapping up our campaign to help raise funds and awareness for this important issue.  Over the past three months we’ve been selling special tumblers for $5 each with 100% of the sales going to the Resurrecting Lives Foundation, an organization devoted to helping Veterans with Traumatic Brain Injuries.

“We are so thankful that our guests chose to participate.  We were able to raise $12,500 for Resurrecting Lives Foundation.”, said Brian Hipsher, VP of Marketing for City Barbeque.

This is the second year City Barbeque has raised money for Resurrecting Lives.

Dr. Chrisanne Gordon, Founder of Resurrecting Lives Foundation said, “Many thanks to City Barbeque for engaging the entire community in this effort to support our Military Members, Veterans, and their families affected by Traumatic Brain Injury. Our heartfelt gratitude for providing funding and awareness which eases the transition process back home.”