Barbecuing is an American tradition and is one of the best ways to prepare a meal. While summer makes for a great BBQ experience, you can barbecue (and eat BBQ) all year long. All you need is a list of the places that offer some of the best barbecue food in the area. Tucson has plenty of sites that offer great barbecued food. Everything from meats to veggies and more. Get your napkins ready and then head out to try some fantastic BBQ restaurants in Tucson.

Best BBQ Restaurants in Tucson:

No matter where you are from, great BBQ is a must! If you are looking for the best BBQ restaurants in Tucson check out these great spots!

Dickey’s | 5250 E. 22nd Street

Dickey’s is a place that has become famous for their barbecue. You can find a Dickey’s just about anywhere in the US and for a good reason…You can order a meal plate, family pack, sides, desserts, and more. No matter what you choose, you’ll be happy you chose Dickey’s.

Brushfire | 2745 N. Campbell Ave.

Having a barbecue usually requires a list of friends and family who all attend. While you may not be able to barbecue outside or have the space to throw a big party, you can call Brushfire. Brushfire has been catering parties for years and their experience shows! If you don’t need them to cater but want the great tasting barbecue, you can stop in and try any of their amazing dishes at the restaurant.

Mr. K’s BBQ | 6302 S. Park Ave

If you’re looking for a small spot to eat like President Francis Underwood, then Mr. K’s is where should go. The small shop doesn’t offer much to the eyes, but the food speaks volumes and makes up for their lacking decor!

The Horseshoe Grill | 7713 E. Broadway Blvd.

Have you ever wanted a smoked cocktail just to try it? Well, you can try it at the Horseshoe Grill, and you will want it again and again. Not only can you get some smoked drinks you will have a chance to enjoy some local elements of the area at Horseshoe. The wood used to grill and smoke their menu items is Mesquite wood which is indigenous to the area.

Brother John’s Beer, Bourbon & BBQ | 1801 North Stone Ave.

Not everyone wants barbecued meat, and Brother John’s has the answer. Vegetarians can get things like cauliflower steak or smoked zucchini. For everyone else, the usual BBQ items can be found here too. With a touch of Brother John’s skill ANYTHING can be a tasty BBQ treat. As the first Bavarian-inspired place in Tucson, Brother John’s continues to impress.