The Brick Pit has won national acclaim for it's barbeque and part of it's charm is the very humble exterior. It looks like a converted home and blends in with the neighborhood. In back, there's a commercial size smoker with pecan and oak lined on the outside.
The Brick Pit is definitely a dive kind of place. The walls and up to the ceilings are tagged by previous patrons. The tables are your standard 2 to 4 tops with those chairs typically found in really old schools. Various articles and awards are also framed and displayed. While some touts its ribs, others focus on the business and it's owner Bill Armbrecht. The articles make for interesting reads if you get there while it's slow.
|BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich|
|Ribs with potato salad and baked beans|
I think it would be a better deal to get the only meat when you go to the Brick Pit. Everything else is pretty much a bust. I've heard great things about the smoked BBQ chicken and that's what I plan to try next.
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