Brothers BBQ restaurants have been providing our loyal patrons with the best BBQ in Denver for the past 18 years! From the best ribs in Denver to the best brisket in Denver, Brothers BBQ has been racking up awards from local publications since we first opened our Denver doors in 1998. The following are just some of the awards we’ve received and why we continue to remain synonymous with the best barbecue in all of Colorado.
Brothers BBQ thanks you for your votes in the 2016 Denver A-List Awards. Because of you, Brothers BBQ was named one of the top 5 Barbecue Restaurants in Denver for 2016, our 10th acknowledgement since 2007!
Here are some links to publications who have featured Brothers BBQ across the years, including a couple awards.
A born-and-bred Colorado chain founded by the British O’Sullivan brothers in 1998, Brothers offers everything a traditional barbecue joint must: ribs, brisket, pulled pork, chicken and hot links, to be slathered with any of the array of homemade sauces. You can order those meats on sandwiches or in plate specials, family packs or even by weight if you want to take everything home. Brothers also has all the standard ‘cue sides, including a mayonnaise-drenched potato salad, sweet and tangy baked beans, creamy coleslaw and even French fries and salad for those who like to venture outside the Styrofoam box.
Denver’s five best BBQ joints
To kick off our three-month stint of carniverous feasting, we’re bringing you Denver’s five best BBQ restaurants.
Best Bottled BBQ Sauce
The house barbecue sauce from brothers Nick and Chris Sullivan is something of a sibling rivalry in a bottle. The city’s best meat paint pairs the charm of old-school Kansas City sauce with hints of Memphis tang and Texas sweetness. The result is a sauce that hits home with brothers and sisters from all parts and goes great on barbecued ribs, pork and chicken.
The ABCs of BBQ (Denver-Style)
Denver barbecue history, our go-to joints, and the makings of a perfectly messy meal.
Barbecue joint signs deal with King Soopers
Barbecue master Chris O’Sullivan said Denver-style barbecue is like the Mile High City’s exploding population: it pulls from all over the country.