Seattle >Restaurants > Brickyard BBQ
2308 California Ave Sw, Seattle, WA | Directions 9811647.582546 -122.386383
Neighborhoods: North Admiral, West Seattle
Dirty! Disgusting! and Dishonest! Did I mention RUDE!!! – Can you say Disgusting? Dirty! unsanitary, cold food, and slloooooooooowwww. Dishonest, they tried to charge us for items we didn't even order, then the owner comes over to see what was going on and ended up being a complete douchebage telling us to leave. Great way to run your establishment there guy! Bye the way the waitress told us that they were not being paid a wage and was being paid with her tips.. I give this place till the end of the year top's before they go out of biz.. Maybe someone who knows food will take over after they are gone. Skip this Rat hole and go somewhere else..
SAD – I have never sat down with such determination in my heart to let you know that the Brickyard BBQ is not only the worst BBQ I have ever eaten please I beg of you do not associate real Texas BBQ with Brisket that has been cooked in oven and not a smoker. Ribs that are so dry and tough that even the sauce could not help cover the chewy taste and the ever so sad mac and cheese that is from a frozen stoufers ( thought no one would catch that did ya ) and the corn bread that could have been a brick lastly but has to be said the bland coleslaw covered in mayo and thats all . now I will say the place is cute but lots of flys the wait staff very nice but that said putting lipstick on a pig does not take the smell away oh and best or sadest part how the h... do you run out of Brisket at 6 in the late afternoon so you give the customer the scrapings of the chop beef and say its the sliced BBQ plate . 70$ dollars for three people even with the three beers is what a real Texan would call BULLSh..
Citysearch Editorial Review – The outdoor pit at Brickyard BBQ will remind you of a summer cookout: piled-high pulled pork sandwiches, creamy sides of mac n cheese, kicky jalapeno cornbread, pans of sweet baked beans, and fresh pea salad are served up in a tiny, stripped-down cheery shack of a restaurant. Though the food can be inconsistent, the friendly staff, decent bottled beer selection, and comfy padded black leather stools make Brickyard a perfectly pleasant restaurant to hang on a sun-drenched day. Grab the table by the retractable garage door if you want a close-up look at the pit master tending to the the goods, and dig into a plate of crisp-ended, smoky brisket.
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