SOUTH MIAMI, FL. – One the last American-style, western-theme restaurants in the city, Shorty’s BBQ continues to spice the palates of locals and travelers alike. I had 48-hours left in Miami and I couldn’t leave without tasting that famous homemade BBQ sauce of theirs.I went cruising down South Dixie Highway at high noon, when I saw their iconic flagship store with its bright red neon lights that read “SHORTY’S.” Just then, I flashed back in time. Edward Louis “Shorty” Allen, who started the business back in 1951 from a barbecue stand, passed away in 2013 at the age of 104 (Woah!) But he left a legacy that it is unique to South Florida and its community.I parked my car, went in and sat down. “I’ll have the beef brisket, ma’am – with ice tea” I said. When I tried it was a bit heavy on the pepper seasoning, but overall an excellent choice.Aside from their nostalgic décor, the true star of the restaurant is their slow cooked baby back ribs with that famous sauce only found at Shorty’s. Other items on the menu include the beef spare ribs, chicken, pulled pork sandwiches, brisket, and of course their delicious coleslaw which is always chock full of celery salt which gives it a great tasted and creaminess at the same time. The corn on the cob is sweet, perfectly cooked and drenched in butter – the way it’s meant to be eaten. And a small side or BBQ baked beans makes this dish complete.#ShortysBBQSouthMiami #bbqpit #pork #chicken #beef #bbqrestaurant #westernrestaurant #miamirestaurant #americanrestaurantsinmiami #foodnearme #likealocal #localguides
Worst experience ever! They give you a price for the normal size bottle so you can accept but bring you a large bottle without letting you know and at the end charge you double. Obviously by the end of the night after you have consumed the bottle you are obligated to pay the ridiculous tab. Then we realized the people next to our table were going through the same. These waitress are trained to completely deceive you.
Came here with some buddies on a Saturday, we sat at the bar and ordered food and some drinks. The staff was very friendly, Aziza was our bartender, she was very professional and pleasant. She recommended we order pizza, which was very delicious. If you are visiting and looking somewhere to get good food and drinks I would recommend this place.
This was our first time here and our last. As soon as we walked in we had no idea where to go. Some people at the table in front of us had to tell us that we just needed to sit down for service. We sat down and were greeted; we ordered quickly because we knew what we wanted. We waited for our food for a while. Then other tables came in, sat down, and then proceeded to order. We didn't think much of the amount of time that was going by because we were having a nice family time. Then we noticed that the tables that were seated way after us were getting their food when we ordered the same thing. We asked the waiter what was going on, and she proceeded to lie to our faces and tell us that those families ordered on line. WE CLEARLY WATCH THEM ORDER INFRONT OF US!! More time went by and still no food. Finally plate by plate came out after they saw we were getting ready to leave, but by the time we all got our food some of our plates were cold. Then I asked to speake with the manager and I was told she wasn't there then by another waitres i was told she was in the back. SO MANY LIES!! I asked to speak with her but She never came so I had to go by the bar and ask for her. She came out and got in my face saying that she didn't open the restaurant yesterday and that the ladies didn't start working there yesterday. She proceeded to get in my face even more and talk down to me saying that if we order something we had to wait. Basically saying that it was our fault that they couldn't get their act together. She also proceeded to say that it wasn't her job to give face when something went wrong. She is the manager and owner?!?! So what is her job??I understand people have their days and everyone makes mistakes but don't lie straight to my face and make excuse after excuse; just Owen up to it.
In the event that you are searching for a breathtaking, costly, tasteful time you will be baffled. In the event that you are hoping to be encompassed by a weird however fascinating choice of synthetically improved individuals while you move the night away to really marvelous music in an extremely extensive club, come here. I came here and stayed for like seven hours, was calm the entire time and had a great time. There was a great assortment of music, and I was never exhausted. I welcomed that, dissimilar to numerous Miami clubs, the line outside was reasonable and everybody sat tight to get in. It took a while (it was ultra all things considered) yet there was no bologna fame challenge like at live or house and the bouncers were gracious and accommodating.whenever i come again in Miami definitely will come again.
Food was horrible, service was even worse. Wait times are ridiculous. DO NOT GO THERE. This place needs new management.
its great super helpful and easy to use definitely a must have very glad i found tbis site has everything you need simple directions and right the point
La atencion d los bartenders y meseros horribleeee.. No tienen cultura gastronomica, los precios mas caros q el centro d New York, una copita d jugo d Piña sin alcohol bien llenaaa d hielo $12..
Great service, good food, good prices ....
Was excited when this place opened near my home- I'm s big fan of BBQ, but my first visit was a disappointment so I decided to give it another try- no more. The service is good that's why I gave it one star, but the food is just terrible. My husband and son had to spit out the burnt ends they were so gross, my daughters baked potato seemed old and was overcooked (probably by a microwave when it was reheated) The fries and baked beans were bland and the brisket barely resembled brisket. The baby back ribs were alright, but nothing special. Maybe this place will survive because of its location but with Shorty's right down the street I doubt it.