Jack’s BBQ In the News
Jack’s BBQ has a terrific reputation for bringing some of the best Central Texas BBQ in the Pacific Northwest to hungry diners. We’re proud to have been featured in local news outlets such as The Seattle Times, Seattle Magazine, Seattle Met Magazine, Eater, KING 5, KOMO and more. In addition, we’re grateful for regional and national press coverage in the likes of MSN, CNN, KUOW/NPR, Texas Monthly Magazine, Sports Illustrated, Zagat and more!
Below are some of the stories we’re most proud of. Check out a few and enjoy!
Hot off the Press
This SoDo BBQ joint is all about the meat
Check out KOMO and the Seattle Refined crew’s latest edition on Jack’s BBQ and all the meat!
Jack's BBQ Brings Texas Brisket to Seattle
The KING 5 Evening Magazine Team brings you all the brisket and more from Jack’s BBQ flagship location in SoDo, Seattle
FLAME AND FORTUNE
Barbecue and celebrity have always been on good terms…barbecue has brightened the lights around Timmons’ name so intensely that it now means more to potential patrons than his ribs or brisket
Seattle’s 100 Best Restaurants Right Now
From the finest of dining to worthwhile holes in the wall, and all points in-between.
The Best BBQ in Seattle
Perennial favorite Jack’s BBQ once again makes Eater’s list of top BBQ spots in Seattle!
Many Meaty Highlights From Burning Beast 2019
Jack’s BBQ joins the Northwest’s largest outdoor cookout at Smoke Farm in Arlington, Washington.
BBQ tips from a SoDo favorite
Bill Radke talks to Jack Timmons of Jack’s BBQ about how to get the best barbecue for your Fourth of July weekend.
Frontline Foods & Jack's BBQ show comfort food has a dual meaning
Our food has always been the most soulful of soul foods,” said Jack Timmons. “It’s like chicken soup. It’s very heart rendering food. I think it’s good for people to come out. It’s always a shared meal.”
The best barbecue in Texas and beyond
Daniel Vaughn’s got the best meat-loving gig ever: He’s Texas Monthly’s barbecue editor, the only full-time barbecue-focused journalist in the United States.
Hey, Seattle! Chomp on a ‘Flintstone’-sized beef rib at Jack’s BBQ for about $50
At some point, for the purpose of scale, a “Flintstone”-sized beef rib was placed next to a toddler at Jack’s BBQ.
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