Barbecue, simply known as BBQ, is just as much a culinary tradition as steaks, burgers and mac ‘n cheese in the United States. The grilled meats have even preceded these American comfort foods, too, since grilling over fire is among the earliest forms of cooking! Every home, eatery and restaurant has its own method in barbecuing meats, too, from the preferred cuts to the sauces used, even in the choice of accompaniments (e.g., corn on the cob, mashed potatoes, or cornbread).
Mission: BBQ makes it a point to stay true to the traditions of barbecue in the United States. The menu reflects such dedication from the classic meats like beef brisket to the cornbread.
Below are the latest Mission BBQ menu prices.
Items Worth Indulging On
Customers can’t get enough of these dishes, we think you’ll love them too
|Maggie's Mac - N - Cheese||$12.56|
|Brisket Xl Combo||$12.47|
Comes with kid's cup & one side.
|Baked Beans w/ Brisket||$6.53|
|Baked Beans with Brisket||$4.50|
|Fresh Cut Fries||$2.16|
|Green Beans & Bacon||$3.78|
|Kettle Brewed Iced Tea||$2.91|
|The American Heroes Cup||$5.45|
|Iced Cold Bottled Soda||$3.26|
Comes with kid's cup and one side.
The chain was established in 2012. By 2017, it already had more than 40 restaurants in 11 states across the United States.
What They’re Famous For
Mission BBQ is known for the delicious flavors, fall-off-the-bone texture of its meats, thus, its popularity among meat lovers. It’s just as well-known for hiring military veterans and, in the process, providing them with good job opportunities as they return to civilian life. Even the sign on the door – Return with Honor – evokes the sense of honor, duty and valor in the military.
Why Eat Here
The affordable Mission BBQ prices are arguably the best reason to come to the restaurant. Even large groups will find their bill to be more reasonable than they expected, particularly in light of succulent meats, efficient service, and casual yet friendly service.
The restaurant is a great place for lunches and dinners with family and friends, too. Your group can choose to eat inside or enjoy the outdoor seating for a more al fresco dining experience. You can also immediately upload photos of your food and drinks, as well as update your status, on social media due to the free Wi-Fi connection. Your entertainment option aside from the Internet are the television sets spread across the restaurant.
Keep in mind that kids are welcome in Mission BBQ although there doesn’t seem to be kid-friendly entertainment options. You may well want to bring along a few coloring books, toys and/or gadgets to keep the kids in your group occupied. You will find the casual ambiance, average noise level, and absence of alcohol a plus for kids, too.
Like all quick-service barbecue-centric restaurants, guests have to line up at the counter, make their orders, and pay for them since there’s no waiter service. You won’t have to wait long in line, even during peak hours, thanks to the efficient counter service coupled by the friendly servers/busboys. You may even be provided with information by the staff members about the menu items while you’re waiting in line so you can make your order quickly at the counter.
The meats on the menu are the divas and the reason why you’re a regular Mission BBQ patron. Aside from the meats, there are also plenty of sides, known as fixings, to choose from including potato salad, baked beans, green beans, and mac and cheese. Every table also has six barbecue sauce varieties, such as Smokey Mountain and Tupelo Honey heat, which complement the smoky flavors of the meat.
The Meat Market menu has so many choices that meat lovers will rejoice! The brisket is so good that you will probably compare everything else to it – juicy, succulent and fall-off-the-bone texture that attests to its long and slow cooking process. The pulled pork chicken have a moist texture and memorable tastes that pairs well with the great potato salad.
There are also sausages and salmon, in case you feel like mixing up your meat-centric meals. You should also try the racks, which come in by the bone, 5 bone, and 10 bone versions, as well as in baby back ribs, spare ribs, and St. Louis style versions. You will find that it almost melts in your mouth while still giving something to chew on.
Sandwiches featuring the barbecued meats are also available. You can choose from sliced-to-order brisket, marinated and chopped brisket, pulled pork, pulled chicken, and turkey for the fillings. Think of the sandwiches as your meals-on-the-go, since everything needed by your body – carbs, fat and protein – are already in them.
But why settle for singles when you can take it up a notch to combos? You can add a nominal amount to your orders so that your meat market, sandwiches and racks orders can be complemented by sides and drinks.
Fresh salads are also available and we recommend them for the dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals. The garden greens include romaine and crispy iceberg lettuce, as well as fresh leafy greens, which can be paired with the meats for a small charge.
And the sides are great, too! Every side is also made from scratch and available in pint and quart sizes. Your choices include cold slaw, fries, and green beans and bacon.
The drinks are the classics, too, including bottled soda, fountain soda, and lemonades. You can even get free refills!
The kids’ menu includes Jr. Ribs, sliders, and kid Mac. Add the Pick Up Packs, which are delivered to your doorstep for a party of 10 people or more, and Mission BBQ is a great restaurant to patronize.
To learn more about Mission BBQ or to find a location near you, visit their website at mission-bbq.com.