04/ 18/ 23

5 Spots for BBQ in Nashville

5 Spots for BBQ in Nashville

5 Spots for BBQ in Nashville

Ribs, pulled pork, or brisket – this 'cue is finger lickin' good.

Nashville may be known for its country music, but there's some damn good BBQ here, too. Leave room for some finger-licking good 'cue and check out these 5 spots around town:

Martin's Bar-B-Que 

Pitmaster Pat Martin serves up West Tennessee's whole hog barbecue at several locations around Tennessee. Meats that come out of Martin's kitchen are prepared and smoked for twenty hours, giving it its distinct, smokey flavor. Choose from a variety of sides and sip a sweet tea with your meal.  

Peg Leg Porker

Located in the Gulch, Peg Leg Porker is a family-owned and operated business that specializes in pork and chicken, plus a variety of other barbecued meats. Pitmaster Carey Bringle, the peg-legged owner who lost his leg from cancer as a teenager, is at the helm of the no-frills spot. Don't miss the to-die-for mac-and-cheese and a glass of their signature whiskey. 

Edley's Bar-B-Que 

Edley's has a little bit of everything for everyone, with a menu featuring a variety of meats, sides, and sauces. Start with the shareables and move on to meats cooked low and slow on the smoker. Top off your meal with a piece of pecan pie or a bushwhacker. 

Bringle's Smoking Oasis 

A second concept by Carey Bringle of Peg Leg Porker, Bringle's is an indoor/outdoor oasis that offers a rotating, unique menu. Open Thursday through Sunday, this Texas-style joint serves delicious barbecue with a great outdoor area filled with picnic tables, big screens, and lawn games.

HoneyFire BBQ 

Locally-owned and family-run, HoneyFire offers good food and Southern hospitality to Bellevue and beyond. Order your meal and take a seat in the modern dining room or wrap-around porch. Don't forget to finish it off with a peanut butter banana pudding or the featured dessert.

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