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Best BBQ in Oklahoma
Earls, Brad's, Van's & More
Tangy, smoked meats, baked beans galore, and enough bread and coleslaw to soak it all up; sound good? Great, because the fine state of Oklahoma is home to some of the country’s best BBQ.
If you’re traveling through OKC anytime soon, make plans to grab lunch at Earl’s Rib Palace just north of midtown.
Over two decades old, Earl’s is beloved by Okies all across the state for its dedication to great BBQ and its friendly, casual atmosphere.
There’s plenty more where that came from in OKC – over in Central Park, Iron Starr Urban Barbecue offers a more upscale BBQ experience, but still just as smoky and flavorful.
Similarly, Bad Brad’s Bar-B-Q, with locations in Yukon and Stillwater, keeps the flavor flowing in OK. Don’t be fooled by it’s name, Bad Brad’s is anything but.
Also featuring multiple locations, Van’s Pig Stand has been serving up family recipes BBQ since 1930. Van’s features locations in Norman, Shawnee, Moore, and Purcell, giving BBQ-lovers venturing through OK more than enough chances to grab some brisket.
Tulsa travelers will find their fair share of delicious cuts and tangy goodness as well. One of the city’s most beloved BBQ joints, Burn Co BBQ offers up some of the best grub this side of the Arkansas River, featuring smoked-to-perfection meats and all your favorite sides.
Featuring a humble exterior, and a cozy interior, John and Cook’s Real Pit Bar-B-Que may not seem quite like much at first glance, but Lawton residents will surely let you know these guys know their BBQ. Open since 1936, John and Cook’s has generations of expertise on their side. Come taste for yourself!