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420 Smokehouse

420 Parliament St., Toronto

A sophisticated yet relaxed bistro-style space in which to chow down on a variety of ribs, wings and smoked meats.

Aft Kitchen & Bar

686 Queen St. E., Toronto

At only 800 square feet, this quaint, wood-adorned dining room offers its guests the warmth and comfort associated with Southern

Barque Butcher Bar

287 Roncesvalles Ave., Toronto

A full-service butcher shop by day; protein-powered snack bar by night. Small plates menu boasts meaty bites ranging from jerk

Barque Smokehouse

299 Roncesvalles Ave., Toronto

Infusing Southern cuisine with modern and Canadian influences, this self-branded urban barbecue joint serves up a selection ranging from brisket

Big Crow

176 Dupont St., Toronto

Behind trendy diner Rose & Sons, this open-air (though roofed during inclement weather) barbecue joint evokes memories of backwoods campfires.

Branca

1727 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Stylish Dundas West restaurant offers up a well-curated menu of Argentinian-inspired grilled dishes—skirt steak, beef short ribs, Ontario leg of

Electric Mud BBQ

5 Brock Ave., Toronto

As its name implies, this boisterous snack shack is anything but dull. Take a seat at the bar or one

Greenwood Smokehouse BBQ

673 Danforth Ave., Toronto

This woodsy, East York barbecue joint features Memphis- and Carolina-style options by pit master Warren DeSimone. Beneath wagon-wheel chandeliers, enjoy

Hogtown Smoke

1959 Queen St. E., Toronto

First a food truck, now a standalone restaurant in the Beach neighbourhood. Reclaimed barn board and salvaged church pews set

Lone Star Texas Grill

9310 Yonge St., Richmond Hill

The smoky flavours of Texas and its borders. Steaks and ribs are mesquite-grilled, as are fajita fillings—shrimp, chicken, vegetable or

Lone Star Texas Grill

930 Dixon Rd., Toronto

The smoky flavours of Texas and its borders. Steaks and ribs are mesquite-grilled, as are fajita fillings—shrimp, chicken, vegetable or

Lone Star Texas Grill

2520 Hyde Park Gate, Oakville

The smoky flavours of Texas and its borders. Steaks and ribs are mesquite-grilled, as are fajita fillings—shrimp, chicken, vegetable or

Lone Star Texas Grill

200 Front St. W., Toronto

The smoky flavours of Texas and its borders. Steaks and ribs are mesquite-grilled, as are fajita fillings—shrimp, chicken, vegetable or

Lou Dawgs BBQ

589 King St. W., Toronto

Popular spot for slow-smoked Southern barbecue with menu items such as St. Louis-style ribs, 14-hour-smoked beef brisket sandwich and even

Lou Dawgs BBQ

76 Gerrard St. E., Toronto

Popular spot for slow-smoked Southern barbecue with menu items such as St. Louis-style ribs, 14-hour-smoked beef brisket sandwich and even

Memphis Smoke House

4961 Yonge St., Toronto

The wood-paneled interior and blues paraphernalia on the walls pay homage to all things southern at this casual barbecue joint.

Smoque n Bones

869 Queen St. W., Toronto

Classic southern barbecue in an intimate (30 seats) urban setting. Around 50 bourbons are available to wash down the ribs,

Stockyards Smokehouse & Larder

699 St. Clair Ave. W., Toronto

What started as a barbecue smoker in Thomas Davis’s backyard is now a modern family diner and barbecue joint. Traditional

The Carbon Bar

99 Queen St. E., Toronto

A fusion of Latin American and Texas-style cuisine in a gussied up historic space just east of Yonge Street. Bar

Triple A Bar

138 Adelaide St. E., Toronto

Suitably scruffy spot for bourbon, beer and Texas-style barbecue: the short but sweet menu lists the likes of smoked dry-rub
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