30 "BBQ" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Birdeye is a Venice-based bird pop-up (try saying that ten times fast) operating out of Dudley Market.
Neighborhood BBQ is the incredible Griffith Park BBQ pop-up born straight from a pandemic closure.
L.A. Brisket is a shop in Chinatown that specializes in all things barbecue - if the name didn't already clue you in to that fact.
This pop-up in Culver City West is serving excellent Santa Maria-style BBQ.
Jeong Yuk Jeom is a massive, modern KBBQ spot in Koreatown with incredible cuts of dry-aged beef and prime-grade short rib.
TaeKwon 92 is an All You Can Eat KBBQ spot in the San Gabriel Valley with high-quality meats and... a really good ice cream sandwich?
Salazar is a Mexican BBQ restaurant in Frogtown that’s gone from excellent to average in just a few short years. The patio, however, remains great.
Sura is one of the only Korean restaurants in Long Beach, and also one of the best.
Beachwood Brewing in Long Beach is home to some of the best craft beer in the Southern California, and serviceable BBQ, too.
Gus’s BBQ in Pasadena is a rare breed - it has both a solid plate of spare ribs and a low corkage fee.
Ahgassi Gopchang is a rowdy, smoky BBQ spot in Koreatown with excellent grilled meat.
Koreatown BBQ spot Sun Ha Jang really only serves one thing - duck, three different ways. What more do you need?
One of the only barbecue spots in Koreatown that still only uses coal, Soot Bull Jeep specializes in baby back ribs that are sweet and tender.