On Sunday, February 23, City Barbeque will once again celebrate Family Time, a day for folks to sit down and enjoy the city’s best barbeque as a family.
City Barbeque is starting the new year with a new take on a taqo and the return of two barbeque classics.
City Barbeque has launched sales of its 2020 limited-edition tumbler.
For the first time, City Barbeque (will be open on New Year’s Day, and has partnered with DoorDash to ring in the new year with free delivery of the city's best barbeque.
City Barbeque first opened its doors in Columbus, Ohio, in December 1999, and will commemorate the occasion with a citywide celebration on Saturday, December 14.
City Barbeque served 16,416 free meals to veterans and troops on Veterans Day, continuing its decade-long tradition of commemorating the day by serving military men and women free of charge.
Once again, City Barbeque will commemorate Veterans Day by treating veterans and troops to a meal on the house. All day on Monday, November 11, all veterans and U.S.
City Barbeque is now taking orders for homemade holiday meals, available by reservation only.
From now through the end of the year, folks can enjoy three limited-time offerings at City Barbeque: a delicious new Bama Crispy Chicken Sandwich and homemade favorites Brunswick Stew, and Sweet Potat