Excellent barbecue!! And, I've had the best. Nice, tender meats with a choice of delicious sauces. If I were in town, I'd be a regular. Since I'm not in town, I will visit Brushfire every time I visit Tucson.
Have eaten here two times in the last few months. The food is not cheap, as with most BBQ places. The portions are good, and the food is tasty. Yes, the meat is tough a little, and the food is more like reheated, then freshly cooked. The garlic bread is not very tasty, but I like the french fries, sweet potatoes, and green beans.
If you have a coupon, I would recommend this place. If you are going to pay full price.......not so much.
I broke two knives and a fork. Tasty meat but sinewy and tough. Hot sauce was not spicy. Sides of fries and creamy cole slaw were fine. Garlic bread was tasteless and food was not served hot. No reason to go there again.
I can't rave enough about this great hole in the wall. The 6 sauces are made from scratch and most everything is smoked. It cured my pregnancy craving without making me feel heavy or sick. Great BBQ at great prices!!!!
The real phone number is 520-624-3223, they are located between Glen and Campbell going down Ft.Lowell. They accidentally put down the owners real info :) The food is great, you have more choices as far as BBQ sauces, and sides. Practically you can do whatever you wish.
Brisket so tender it is hard to pick it up with a fork. I tried 3 of the sauces: mild, hot, and mustard, and they were all unique and very good.
We will be visiting often.
The location is actually on Campbell just south of Glenn.
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