If you’re looking for the best BBQ in North Carolina, you have plenty of choices, from the traditional to the Avant-Garde, people around Camp Lejeune know a thing or two about good food. We’ve rounded up a few of our top choices and, while it isn’t a thorough accounting, it will get you started while you’re waiting to enjoy springtime in Jacksonville.
Generous portions, friendly staff, and slow-roasted goodness that will have you coming back to Mission BBQ again and again, but that isn’t what makes this restaurant special. Mission BBQ is dedicated to giving back to those who’ve given so much, not just by delivering the best BBQ in Jacksonville, but showing their love for those in the service of our country every day, in every way they can.
Location: 1638 Western Blvd., Jacksonville, NC
A southern soul food revival that not only serves up some of the best BBQ in Wilmington but nationwide as well. Moe’s Original BBQ is founded on a deep appreciation of perfectly fire-roasted meats, a welcoming atmosphere, and good times shared with good people. It started in Alabama, but Moe’s is a Richlands-area staple worth a visit if you’re looking for good food.
Location: 5818 Oleander Drive, Wilmington, NC
Serving Shelby for more than 70 years, Red Bridges slow smokes their pork over hickory all night to bring you the tenderest, most flavorful meals you could ask for. Sample some of their award-winning dishes in the diner or call them about catering your next Sneads Ferry event and share the wealth with friends and colleagues.
Location: 2000 E Dixon Blvd, Shelby, NC
Don’t let the quaint name fool you, MeMaw knows her stuff! Sample the southern fried catfish specials, savor the melt-in-your-mouth goodness of the hearty pork ribs, or grab a half chicken BBQ for your trip to Richlands. It might make it back – it might make a snack – either way, you leave happy.
Location: 602-G Highway 117 North, Burgaw, NC
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