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Pecos Pit Bar-B-Que

206-623-0629  •  $
ADDRESS: 2260 First Ave S, Seattle, WA 98134
CUISINE: Barbecue, Sandwiches
FEATURES: Handicap Access, Kid Friendly, Patio Seating, Smoke Free, Cash Only
DESCRIPTION

Wise family owned and operated longtime favorite Pecos Pit Bar-B-Que remains a place high on taste but low on aesthetics. Located just south of Safeco Field, this lunch-only takeout joint looks more like a run-down gas station than a popular restaurant, except during the midday rush when famished workers and baseball fans line up for the coveted sandwiches. The Texas-style barbecue beef, pork and ham sandwiches are a desirable feast, and eating them without bathing in barbecue sauce takes quite a bit of skill. (Note to novices: Leave the white shirts at home.) The menu is decidedly simple: big, dripping sandwiches of beef, pork or ham. The meat is either shredded or chopped and served with a hot sausage link if you prefer. All orders come foil-wrapped with a stack of napkins and plastic silverware. The outdoor picnic tables out front fill up fast, so be ready to take your deliciously messy meal to your car or nearby Elliott Bay Park.





"Texas-style heaven.” 
— The Stranger
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Cash only. No alcohol available. Serving lunch 10:30 am-4 pm Mon–Fri. Closed Sat–Sun.

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DESCRIPTION

Wise family owned and operated longtime favorite Pecos Pit Bar-B-Que remains a place high on taste but low on aesthetics. Located just south of Safeco Field, this lunch-only takeout joint looks more like a run-down gas station than a popular restaurant, except during the midday rush when famished workers and baseball fans line up for the coveted sandwiches. The Texas-style barbecue beef, pork and ham sandwiches are a desirable feast, and eating them without bathing in barbecue sauce takes quite a bit of skill. (Note to novices: Leave the white shirts at home.) The menu is decidedly simple: big, dripping sandwiches of beef, pork or ham. The meat is either shredded or chopped and served with a hot sausage link if you prefer. All orders come foil-wrapped with a stack of napkins and plastic silverware. The outdoor picnic tables out front fill up fast, so be ready to take your deliciously messy meal to your car or nearby Elliott Bay Park.





 
"Texas-style heaven.” 
— The Stranger
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Cash only. No alcohol available. Serving lunch 10:30 am-4 pm Mon–Fri. Closed Sat–Sun.



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