Some of Los Angeles’s most well-known spots for meat are up and running this Memorial Day, albeit for delivery and takeout only, and some like the Hitching Post II on the Central Coast will even ship long distance. From pop-up specialists like Bartz in the South Bay to takeaway options like Ribtown in South LA and Slab on Beverly Boulevard, these are some of the best places to pick up barbecue over the holiday weekend.Read More
13 Beefy Memorial Day Barbecue Options in Los Angeles
Moo’s Craft BBQ, Bludso’s, and more places for brisket and rib delivery and pick-up
Baby Blues BBQ - Venice
All three Baby Blues locations are open for delivery via Postmates and for takeout for those all-important weekend barbecue needs.
Big Boi Filipino
Filipino Sawtelle staple Big Boi is turning to Cow Boi this week, doing ribs, tri-tip, pulled pork, and more. Each meal kit runs $50 and can feed up to four people.
Underground West LA option Flatpoint is selling brisket and more from an undisclosed location, so check in ahead of time to score some meat.
Valley fixture Boneyard Bistro is set to do big business over the long weekend, with chef Aaron Robins turning out everything from smoked meat to hot chicken.
Maple Block Meat Co.
Westside barbecue favorite Maple Block is the place to be for ribs, brisket, and the like this weekend.
Lucques is doing an all-out rib-fest this weekend, selling ribs and brisket and wings and more.
West Hollywood’s Conservatory is doing full racks of ribs, smoked beef ribs, sausage, and more as part of a set-price box for $95.
Slab is doing take-home steaks, ribs, burgers and more for Memorial Day, plus the usual weekend array of smoked meats.
South Bay pop-up staple Bartz is doing preorders for Memorial Day, in what may be their last public event for a little while.
Bludso's Bar & Que
Bludso’s on La Brea has long been known for its array of smoked meats. They’re sure to. be busy over the long weekend, especially because they sell cocktails too.
South LA option Ribtown plans to be open over the long weekend, selling ribs to those in need.
Downtown fine dining restaurant Redbird is doing ribs and more for $49 per person, with contactless pickup on Saturday for Sunday/Monday dining.
Moos Craft Barbecue
Arts District pop-up option Moo’s Craft BBQ is doing curbside preordered pickup from its Arts District commissary space, not far from their former pop-up site of Smorgasburg. Be sure to order in advance.
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