Recommended For: Diners who want to meet up the family or with a group of friends watching a football game with a beer and ribs.
Not Recommended For: High end diners who prefer fine dining amenities and ambiance and are willing to pay a higher price for the amenities
Recommended dishes: When available, The Baby Back Ribs; The Baby, Beef Brisket & Pulled Pork dinner: and The Texas T-Bone dinner.
Liquor: Full bar service
Big Ed's BBQ is a great place to take the family or with a group of friends watching a football game with a beer and ribs.
They have a bar with over 20 TV's and 9 HD Flat Screens. Driving up to this place makes you think your are no longer in New Jersey. The roadhouse setting resembles a scene from the south and midwest.
They pride themselves on serving all you can eat ribs (except Beef Ribs) , along with some down home fun.
Their specialty is offer all-you-can-eat platters (spare ribs, St. Louis ribs, baby-back ribs, pulled chicken and pulled pork,
By Jersey standards, the barbecue food is above average. Their baskets of garlic bread are especially tasty.
While it's all you can eat, doggie bags are not permitted, although for an extra charge you can take a rack home..
They also have Happy Hour specials Monday - Friday, 3 pm - 6 pm with half price drinks and half price appetizers at the bar.
They are family friendly with a nice kid's Buckaroo menu.
Updated: December, 2018
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