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Pit, The

919-829-1212  •  $$
ADDRESS: 328 W Davie St , Raleigh, NC 27601
CUISINE: Fried Chicken, Barbecue, Home-style, Ribs, Catfish, Southern, Farm to Table
FEATURES: Full Bar, Handicap Access, Kid Friendly, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly, Patio Seating
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Independent Weekly readers have voted whole hog, pit-cooked barbecue mecca The Pit the area's Best Barbecue.

From the restaurant's website:
"North Carolina is known for its legendary barbecue joints. We proudly continue this tradition by serving authentic whole-hog, pit-cooked barbecue at The Pit in downtown Raleigh's warehouse district. A celebration of all of the great culinary offerings of the Old North State, The Pit has made a name for itself as the destination for the state's signature cuisine. The pigs used to produce the barbecue are all raised in North Carolina using free-range farming practices, and the freshest of the state's bountiful produce is featured in the starters, sides and desserts. Going far beyond traditional barbecue offerings with some contemporary twists on Southern favorites, The Pit also serves Texas-style brisket, baby back ribs, barbecue turkey, fried chicken, and a can't-miss barbecue tofu dish."


"Pork fans will appreciate the kitchen window, playfully named the "pig bar," where you may sample the hog from head to tail."
- Gayot




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Kids' menu. Full bar. Serving lunch and dinner daily.

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Independent Weekly readers have voted whole hog, pit-cooked barbecue mecca The Pit the area's Best Barbecue.

 

From the restaurant's website:
"North Carolina is known for its legendary barbecue joints. We proudly continue this tradition by serving authentic whole-hog, pit-cooked barbecue at The Pit in downtown Raleigh's warehouse district. A celebration of all of the great culinary offerings of the Old North State, The Pit has made a name for itself as the destination for the state's signature cuisine. The pigs used to produce the barbecue are all raised in North Carolina using free-range farming practices, and the freshest of the state's bountiful produce is featured in the starters, sides and desserts. Going far beyond traditional barbecue offerings with some contemporary twists on Southern favorites, The Pit also serves Texas-style brisket, baby back ribs, barbecue turkey, fried chicken, and a can't-miss barbecue tofu dish."


"Pork fans will appreciate the kitchen window, playfully named the "pig bar," where you may sample the hog from head to tail."
- Gayot




ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Kids' menu. Full bar. Serving lunch and dinner daily.

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