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Tuesday, 24 September 2019



those sides look huge, and everything looks tasty!


The decor looks just like the BBQ Pit in National City. Mmmm, those ribs!


That's my friend's favorite bbq joint! I liked it but there are a few spots I love more.


The sides are plentiful (and good!), Kat. Because the menu is limited, everything here is 'done right' and is fresh and flavorful.

Yes, the National City location is part of this chain, cc. At one point there were 15 locations and now only the two Barbecue Pits and the one Wrangler remain. The beef ribs are wonderful.

It's a great place, Soo. I like the history and 'local owned' aspect as well as the food. It's fun to see and greet the 'regulars' -who are older than us- enjoying a meal.

Cathy Greene

We've been coming here for years. Happily a former employee of the National City outlet opened up the long shuttered BBQ Pit in North Park. Identical decor and very similar menu, we love having it in walking distance! The best fries and generous servings. I wish it was busier, though.


How lucky you are to be in walking distance, Cathy! Actually have never tried the fries here, but will, soon. The El Cajon location has a pretty steady business, have noticed a lot of take out ordered.

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