Killen’s Barbecue

3613 E Broadway St.
Pearland, TX 77581

Phone: (281) 485-2272
Hours: Tues-Sun 11 - Sold Out (around 3:00)
Website: killensbarbecue.com
Twitter: @killensbbq
Facebook: www.facebook.com/KillensBbq

Opened 2014
Pitmaster Ronnie Killen and Manny Torres
Method Oak, hickory, mesquite, and pecan in an indirect heat pit and a wood-fired rotisserie

TMBBQ Rating: 4.75

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Brisket, ribs, and brisket sandwich were all delicious. You gotta try the cheesecake also. It all gets better each time we come by.
Gene White @ Naaman’s Championship BBQ, 2015-07-01 00:57:56
Nice brisket and sausage. Portion kid of small for price charged.
KC Moreland @ Miller’s Smokehouse, 2015-06-30 22:16:25
Such good BBQ! If you drive through Belton, stop by. It is a must stop driving down I-35.
Bryan Daniel @ Miller’s Smokehouse, 2015-06-30 22:14:40
Great brisket sandwich! Love the spot devil egg appetizer
Christiane Wartell @ Lamberts Downtown Barbecue, 2015-06-30 17:29:10
Brisket and Rib plate was very good. Brisket have a nice bark and great smoke flavor. Ribs had a nice smoke ring and were cooked perfectly. Tender but didn't just slide off of the bone. Sides would be my only complaint but the meat was so good, I didn't eat much of the sides. Wendy, our waitress, was awesome!
Caleb Barnett @ joe allen's, 2015-06-29 22:45:54
Smoked turkey and a spicy kielbasa both good love this old place
doug_wallace @ Riscky’s Barbeque & Deli, 2015-06-29 17:56:12
Outstanding brisket! Ribs were below average but I would put the brisket up there with the best. Mac and cheese was great... Pretty much all the sides were good
kyle craven @ The Slow Bone, 2015-06-28 17:56:12
Brisket and ribs were amazing! My girl was a bit let down they were out of sausage and lean brisket but that just left more of the fatty stuff on the table for me!
Adam Murray @ City Meat Market, 2015-06-27 19:49:28
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Reviews

July 18, 2014

“The Best Barbecue, Period.” That’s the motto Ronnie Killen has printed on the shirts that he and his staff wear, putting a daily target on every one of their backs. Making that declaration even after a good run of success toes the line between confidence and arrogance, but Killen had them printed while still serving his pop-up customers, five months before he opened the doors of his new restaurant. It was just plain cocky. I admire…