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BrushFire BBQ Co.
Barbecue Restaurant$
Today 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
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2745 N Campbell Ave Tucson, AZ 85719
2745 North Campbell AvenueUSArizonaTucson85719
$Barbecue Restaurant, Family RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Offers habit forming delicious ribs, sandwiches, and pies to tingle your taste-buds! Their amazing meats are smoked to perfection with signature dry rubs for a tender, tasty treat.
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Popular counter-serve barbecue spot offering meats ranging from brisket to pork belly.- Google
"I had the Sticky Ribs, slaw, bread and corn on the cob."
"My son and I did the honey mustard ones and loved them!"
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April Alonzo-Mattingly
a month ago
Delicious! Only been there once, but the food was so amazing! Amazing sweet tea, fries, cole slaw, ribs, everything was so great! Would go more, but it's completely across town from us. Can't wait to go back!
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Jerry Neal
3 months ago
By Tucson standards this BBQ would rate a 4 star experience but by Texas BBQ standards this establishment would stretch to reach 3 stars. I guess I'm spoiled living 75% of my life in Texas because I have yet to find any BBQ joint that even compares with the places in Texas. None the less, it is good and the service was good. If your Jonezin for BBQ and you cant make a trip to Tejas then go here.
Joe Munculus
11 months ago
Tried the food for the first time and felt like it was mediocre at best. I know Tucson is not the South, but I've had 100 times better in a dumpy BBQ joint in Memphis. I had the Sticky Ribs, slaw, bread and corn on the cob. The ribs were good. The slaw was OK. The bread and corn were flavorless and borderline disgusting. The ribs were worth it but otherwise very over priced.
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Dan Kalm
a year ago
Absolute best bbq in the southwest. The smoky chipotle sauce is my absolute favorite--gotta have the f'ing mac and cheese. Plus now ice cream--where does it get better than this?
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Paul Abraham
in the last week
Delivery always takes over an hour. Took a friend there and they did not like the mac and cheese. Called on a long delivery order and was told that I only ordered 45 minutes ago (it had been an hour). By my standards the food was not good and I ordered brisket.
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Charles W
2 months ago
I loved the food. I have made barbecue for years. This barbecue is absolutely great. You will not be disappointed if you try it.
Doug Mostyn
7 months ago
worst lunch experience . called in order to go waited 25 minutes when i got there. order was wrong. how do run out of chili and potatoes at noon? no excuses for the poor service. will not go back.
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Aaron Moser
a year ago
I stopped into Brushfire along the way on my 48 state motorcycle BBQ tour. In most of the BBQ restaurants I have visited on this trip the flavor and ambiance reflect the local taste. Brushfire is no exception, with everything from the decor to the homemade BBQ sauces reflecting the feel and flavor of the southwest. The dry rub they use on their brisket and ribs gives it that special southwestkick that makes their BBQ so uniquely flavorfull. My preferences in smoke usually fall into the Apple or Cherry wood arena but that would not be in keeping with regional flavors. Rather, Brushfire uses a combination of Mesquite and Pecan wood that gives their smoke an earthy quality that lends itself well to the brisket, if not the ribs. The ribs were firm yet moist, although they were, in my opinion, the only true exception to the otherwise 5 star meal. The muted flavor imparted by the Mesquites mild smoke left the ribs a little off on their flavor. One final niggle was from the use of plastic utensils. Cutting the ribs off the rack with a plastic knife was akin to trying to saw through a log with a blunt screwdriver. Overall, excellent food, average prices and an excellent representation of the south west's take on this all American food.
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