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“I'd give it a C-”

Old Brick Pit Barbeque
Ranked #1,298 of 4,136 Restaurants in Atlanta
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Reviewed January 18, 2016 via mobile

Wife had chicken, I had ribs both were overcooked and dry. Not bad flavor but couldn't enjoy because of dry meat. Cole slaw nothing to write home about either. Oh well another restaurant I won't be going back to.

Thank Ed C
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Reviewed April 22, 2015 via mobile

Never tried the ribs so got the combo plate to try a couple. Ribs were average at best and not nearly as good as chopped pork. I really like the chopped pork, stew, slaw and sauce. Won't get ribs again but definitely will get pork. Service was good and very efficient and staff is friendly. Something most unusual I noticed for the first time. This place is especially clean (for a BBQ place). Normally a clean place is a sign of not so good BBQ but not here!

Thank Flyrod929
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Reviewed January 18, 2015

It's just what you want in a BBQ restaurant, nothing fancy, just amazing BBQ. The pulled pork is our favorite. The vinegar-based sauce is perfect. Get the slaw also! We usually pick up, not eat in....

Thank Laurie G
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Reviewed September 10, 2014

This is BBQ right off of the grill. The pork ribs are tender and juicy. The sauce is the boss. I always enjoy this food.

Thank TinaBee453
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Reviewed June 15, 2014

Consistently good and authentic old-school Georgia BBQ. Chopped pork, vinegary sauce with a bit of pepper, thin-style Brunswick stew and watery slaw, served either on a slider sized bun or with "white loafa bread" if you get a plate. Pork and ribs, maybe chicken too, smoked in an open pit but with a clever pulley operated lid that the New York Times (yes, the New York Times) called a "closed pit". Spare ribs are dark and flavorful, seemingly falling off the bone and over cooked, but not the case -- firm and not mushy. Only place in Atlanta I will order spare ribs (as opposed to BB ribs). Well worth a visit on any ATL BBQ tour. Been there hundreds of time for many years.

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Thank Bruce J
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