Everyone Should Dine At Virginia’s Most Iconic BBQ Restaurant At Least Once

The year was 1971. A tiny operation opened in Williamsburg with the goal of serving up authentic southern BBQ. Despite these humble beginnings — and an extra ‘t’ in the Pitt BBQ Sign — this business has quickly become the go-to spot for barbecue in Virginia. Learn more about why you’ll want to stop in next time you drive by the unsuspecting yet iconic Pierce’s Pitt BBQ joint:

Are you a regular at Pierce’s Pitt BBQ? If so, feel free to share your experiences there with us! For related content, you’ll enjoy reading about These 12 Virginia Restaurants That Are Loaded With History.