Finger-lickin’ good: share your favorite L.A. BBQ joints on our new and improved Dining Map

Spring Street Smoke House is steps away from the Red, Purple and Gold Lines at Union Station. But is it any good?

Spring Street Smoke House is steps away from the Red, Purple and Gold Lines at Union Station. But is it any good? Let us know! Photo: Spring Street Smoke House

To celebrate September and the redesign of our Go Metro Dining Map – which is now tipping the scales with 93 restaurant suggestions from Metro riders – we’re asking readers a tough question: what are your favorite Metro accessible BBQ spots?

We’re talking traditional American BBQ here, not the awesome Korean BBQ that L.A. (and our dining map) has no shortage of.

Ribs, brisket and pulled pork drenched in tangy sauce – these are the flavors we want added to our map.

To share your recommendation, just fill out this form – your suggestion will be added to the map within 24 hours. And while dining is on your mind, why not explore the dining map (here’s an easy-to-share URL: //bit.ly/GoMetroDining) and see where other Metro riders like to dine.

BBQ aficionados can Go Metro this weekend to the L.A. BBQ Festival at the Santa Monica Pier. Check the details on our Go Metro Weekends calendar.

 

3 replies

  1. Great calls, Phillips has the best BBQ pork spare ribs in LA, and KC BBQ Company is great.

    I would add, JNJ Burger Shack on Adams, a few blocks west of Phillips. It’s a shack but they serve up some great BBQ, ribs, both pork and beef are very good.

    I took a bus that went west on Adams and dropped me off within a block of JNJ Burger Shack.