There are classic barbecue joints and then there’s Pig Floyd’s. Sure, you can order platters of smoked brisket, ribs, and pulled pork, but you’ll also find their barbecue on tostadas and bánh mì, slathered in tikka masala sauce or piled onto yakisoba noodles, even portioned into bento boxes with spring rolls. And somehow it all works. Come for a casual lunch or dinner, preferably under an umbrella on the large patio. To sample some of their best meats, order The Big Floyd, which combines oakwood-smoked brisket, pork, sausage, slaw, and fries into one epic sandwich.
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