20 "BBQ" Restaurants in Chicago.
Quality BBQ exists, and you don’t need to head south. Irving Park is where it’s at.
Smalls is literally a shack. But it’s a shack with great American BBQ and Asian combinations, plus some of the best fried chicken in town.
Cho Sun Ok is a long-standing Korean restaurant. The food is great, but the ambience is even better. A BYOB policy doesn’t hurt.
Hip warehouse barbecue joint serving up some tasty meats and even better sides.
Chicago-style ribs in a classic place Frank Sinatra himself enjoyed.
The best duos are those that surprise you. Welcome to a world of Korean BBQ tacos and poutine fries with kimchi.
How far would you go for good Korean barbecue in Chicago? Gogi will help you answer that question.
Bodankadonk your way over to Honky Tonk for live music, BBQ, and cold beer.
Jake Melnick’s is all about the wings. Firecracker wings in particular.
Son Of A Butcher is a spot serving solid bar food in Logan Square.
Go to Bub City for live country music and some action at the bar, but don't expect top notch barbecue.
Somehow topping french fries with cheese, gravy, and various meats misses the mark at this poutine centric spot.
District Brew Yards is a pour-your-own-beer collaborative brewery taproom that also serves BBQ in an open, warehouse-like space.
Lem’s is a counter service BBQ spot on the South Side with great rib tips and hot links.