6 Places for Take-Out Barbecue in Metro Phoenix

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Do your homemade ribs not look this good? Don't worry. Just leave it to the professionals this year.
This weekend Americans from coast to coast will get an inexplicable craving for smoked meats and backyard barbecue. The only problem is that not all of us are grill masters or, let's face it, brave enough to light up a grill when it's 112 degrees outside.

Don't let your lack of skill or enthusiasm about sweating over an open flame cut into your Independence Day fun. Instead just leave the hard work to the professionals and exercise your god given right to order take out.

Here are six places around town that will be more than happy to prepare a July 4th barbecue feast so you don't have to touch a single dish.

See also: Little Miss BBQ: The Way Meat Was Meant to Be Cooked

Bootleggers

Both locations of Bootleggers, in Phoenix and Scottsdale, now offer the Boot Bird To Go program that includes a whole roasted chicken with toritllas and slaw for $12. The restaurant also serves its smoked meats by the pound including moist brisket for $21/lb., a full rack of St. Louis ribs for $33, pork shoulder for $18/lb, and turkey breast for $18/lb. Orders for Friday, July 4 should be placed in advance if possible.

Bryan's Black Mountain Barbecue

Bryan's Black Mountain Barbcue, a Cave Creek institution, offers meats and sides in sizes fit for a real feast. Chef Bryan Dooley's pulled pork is available for $12.95/lb, while beef brisket (chopped or sliced) will cost $14.95/lb. You can also pick up a whole barbecued chicken for $14.95 and bulk sides including cole slaw, baked potato salad, and sweet pickled jalepenos for $7.95/quart. Smaller orders can be placed same day, while bigger orders should be placed in advance. Orders can either be picked up hot, or cold with reheat instructions.

Pork on a Fork

Bulk smoked meats at Phoenix's Pork on a Fork are simple: pulled pork for $12/lb. or beef brisket for $20/lb. But Pork on a Fork also offers a few interesting options such as smoked wings, 50 wings for $49.99, and ribs available by the tray, 50 bones for $92.99. Smaller orders for about 5 lbs or less can generally be placed same day. For 10 or more people, catering packages are also available. Minimum of 24 advance notice needed.

Location Info

Bootleggers

3375 E. Shea Blvd., Phoenix, AZ

Category: Restaurant

Bootleggers

7217 E. 1st St., Scottsdale, AZ

Category: Restaurant

Joe's Real BBQ

301 N. Gilbert Road, Gilbert, AZ

Category: Restaurant

Pork on a Fork

1515 W. Deer Valley Rd, Phoenix, AZ

Category: Restaurant

Bobby Q

8501 N. 27th Ave., Phoenix, AZ

Category: Restaurant

Texas BBQ House

5037 S. 24th St., Phoenix, AZ

Category: Restaurant


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9 comments
PegnBob Briggs
PegnBob Briggs

Is there some reason you recycled a fourth of July story for Labor Day? Was Little Miss still closed???

g_love68
g_love68

Rudy's is my new favorite. Pork on a fork is 2nd.

Dante Mancini
Dante Mancini

Acceptable answer. Missed the line about 4th of july in the article.

Chow Bella
Chow Bella

They're closed Tuesday, June 30 to Saturday, July 5

clueh
clueh

Texas BBQ House is worth the drive. From Texas. What I'm saying is, people from Texas should drive to Phoenix to eat at Texas BBQ House. It's that good. 

chitlins
chitlins

@clueh I drove there one time from within the city of phoenix, and texas bbq was okay, but not good enough to have caused me to drive there again.

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