If you’re looking for the best barbecue restaurants in Mobile, Alabama, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve put together a list of the top places in this fantastic city so you can enjoy some delicious smoked meats without having to leave town. Enjoy!

Moe’s Original

Moe’s Original touts its cuisine as a “Southern soul food revival” — and that description is spot on! Located on Dauphin near midtown Mobile’s Mardi Gras parade route, the 7,400-square-foot building features premium bars, HDTVs, and a live music venue. As far as the food goes, it’s amazing! Expect to find all the usual smoked meats at a barbecue joint, especially its award-winning Bama-style pulled pork. You can also order catfish, mahi-mahi, a shrimp Moe Boy sandwich, and much more.

Dick Russell’s

Dick Russell’s is a family-owned restaurant that has been serving classic Mobile barbecue since 1954. With a mission to provide a pleasant, quick service, and a great eating experience for every client, you can bet your dining experience will be memorable, all freshly prepared on site. Patrons have the option to visit for breakfast, lunch, or dinner for some tasty dishes with generous portions of baby back ribs, chicken, pork shoulder, or beef. And the sides are great, too — beans, potato salad, fried cut okra, turnip greens, coleslaw, and more.

Meat Boss Cottage Hill

Meat Boss Cottage Hill is a cozy counter-serve offering smoked meats and Southern dishes. Its fare is perfect for family get-togethers, workplace cookouts, tailgating, holiday celebrations, and especially grab-and-go meals. Meat Boss specializes in smoked Boston butt, beef brisket, chicken, turkey, pork loin, ham, ribs, and chicken salad, as well as Brunswick stew. And for something innovative for your palate, the rib candy is a must-try — award-winning smoked rib meat caramelized with Sweet Boss sauce, brown sugar, and honey.

Dreamland Bar-B-Que

Dreamland Bar-B-Que is family-owned and operated with two locations in Alabama. The menu offers impressive starters to kick off your culinary adventure — stadium nachos, smokehouse quesadilla, fried green tomatoes, and more. The Southern-style “legendary” ribs are something everyone should try, as well as the sandwiches, barbecue plates, salads, stuff baked potato, and all the fixins’. With a philosophy to serve the best barbecue possible using traditional methods, you will enjoy this menu.

Boar Hog’s

You might miss the Boar Hog’s restaurant if you aren’t looking for it, so keep your eyes open when driving on Cody Road to experience some of the best barbecue in Mobile. As soon as you pull up, the aromas of wood, fire, and smoked meats will hit you! From whole slab ribs and chicken wings to a “sausage stampede” and pulled pork, you can’t go wrong with ordering anything from this menu. If you’re craving something fried, opt for the Southern fried flounder served with potato salad, mac and cheese, and baked beans. And rumor has it the gumbo is outstanding!