The Low Down
Parking: There are a few places to park behind the restaurant, but most folks park along Sunset Avenue or across the street in the Fox Swap Meet lot.
Save Time: Weekends can get pretty crazy with a line snaking out the door--best to come on a weeknight if you're looking to avoid the crowds.
Know Before You Go: There is a much larger second location in West Hollywood on Santa Monica Boulevard.
The Extras: Baby Blues BBQ offers free delivery during normal business hours to nearby areas--call ahead to get pricing for other regions.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
A hole-in-the-wall on Lincoln Boulevard serving ribs in two styles: Memphis and dry rub, both slowly cooked for 12 hours. Diners always leave divided on which ones they prefer! There is also barbecued chicken and beef brisket. For theâ¦
By car at Gayot
A week ago my friends and I were driving down Lincoln and smelled barbeque and noticed a large group of people standing on a corner. I googled Baby... Read More
By RJHemedes at Menuism
I've always heard good things about this place, and finding great BBQ in LA is an elsuive beast at best. On... Read More
Baby Blues BBQ
By Wanda B at Insider Pages
Very good BBQ. I like the pulled pork the best. The sides are really good. All fresh and "homemade." It is nice to get okra in L.A. Combos come wit... Read More
By Diane O at Insider Pages
I have a soft spot for ribs so am always on the lookout for the best places - this is one of them on the westside. Pork or beef, spicy or mild, yo... Read More
By Joann S at Insider Pages
I had the catfish po'boy here and it was good. The only thing I didn't like was that they put cole slaw on the sandwich but I guess you can ask fo... Read More