Best Local Barbecue
The best local barbecue can be found at these BBQ joints around Eugene - Springfield. From paper plates and picnic tables to comfortable southern-style craft breweries, enjoy delicious eat-with-your-fingers comfort food. Here, it's okay to make a mess when it tastes this good.
NOTE: Contact the restaurant directly for dining options and hours during COVID.
Bill & Tim's BBQ & Tap House
Bill & Tim's downtown Eugene barbecue joint is a popular spot thanks to their smoked meats. Try their pulled pork sandwich with a cucumber mint side salad and a cold drink.
Rackhouse is a hopping food truck that is located in the Whiteaker neighborhood. The Baby Back Ribs and Piggyback Mac are popular favorites. Rackhouse also has a delectable pulled jackfruit option for the vegan BBQ lover. To make ordering takeout easier and more enjoyable for you, the menu at Rackhouse has changed slightly. They now offer a "build your own dinner box" option perfect for dad on Father's Day or anytime you want to please a hungry house.
Elk Horn Brewery
Elk Horn Brewery brings the flavors of the South along with great craft beer to the UO campus district. The vibe is right for enjoying something tasty from their BBQ menu which must be ordered 24 hours in advance of pick up so you know they do it right. Meat lovers should not miss their Tri-Tip.
Hole in the Wall
Rattlesnake BBQ at the Dexter Lake Club
Enjoy Texas-style BBQ in a historic setting at Rattlesnake BBQ. Dexter Lake Club was made famous by the film "Animal House" in 1978. Located near beautiful Dexter Lake on Highway 58. The NW spicy brisket is a real winner.
Big Stuff Barbecue
Located on Main Street in historic Cottage Grove, Big Stuff Barbecue offers oak-smoked meats in a comfortable space. The pork shoulder is a great grab-and-go option but for those who plan ahead and order in advance, the old-fashioned whole ham is slow-cooked for 15 hours and will satisfy the cravings of a very hungry carnivore.