Dinosaur Bar-B-Que

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Details
932 W Weed St
Chicago, IL 60642
(312) 462-1053
BBQ
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu: 11:30 AM–11:00 PM Fri–Sat: 11:30 AM–Midnight Sun: 11:30 AM–10:00 PM

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  • The brisket and ribs are top notch. It's the best BBQ I've had in Chicago
  • Barbeque fried rice, collard greens, mac & cheese were delicious! I'd probably just get the meat next time instead of a wrap, though.
  • BBQ fried rice
  • Food was delicious and waitress was awesome!
  • The ribs were absolutely delicious. The staff was very friendly and the place is just a lot of fun
  • Fall-off-the-bone good! A little lukewarm when we got ours, but the quality made up for it. Plus I was too hungry to send them back...
  • Got the smoked chicken. Definitely was the right pick.
  • Chipotle wings!
  • Brisket and lamb!
  • Has a little to be desired versus the Dinosaur I visited in NYC where the flavor and the ambience were electric
  • I wasn't impressed at all, the pulled pork was sad and brisket a little dry. The saving grace were the ribs. Best thing going for this place is the name. Also a little too uppity for a BBQ joint IMO
  • Pretty good BBQ - got the Cuban sandwich with cole slaw and fried rice as sides. Definitely recommend the fried rice.
  • You kind of want barbecue restaurants to have an outdoors element, and this NYC import obliges with a picnic-table patio out back.
  • Service was good. Wings were delicious, as advertised. Nothing else blew me away. I expected more.
  • Get the trio, so you can try a little of everything!
  • Good BBQ and a fun place to go with a group of friends.
  • Friendly service, but mediocre to poor BBQ especially for the price. Very fatty brisket and so-so chicken wings. The fried green tomatoes were the highlight.
  • Fancy fried green tomatoes (topped with pimento cheese) good, if a little heavy on the cornmeal crust.
  • The pulled pork and chicken wings were tasty. The mac and cheese was among the worst I've ever had. Cocktails were too sweet. Our server was great though. Appetizer plates were overpriced.
  • The brisket is unbelievable. Thick slices of beef brisket topped with pickled jalapeo are transcendent. Same for the St. Louis style ribs, smoked over hickory wood with a crackling meat-candy skin.