Sticky Lips Pit BBQ

★★★★☆
  • 625 Culver Rd

    Rochester, NY 14609

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  • 585-288-1910

About Sticky Lips Pit BBQ

Hours
Wed-Sat: 11am-10pm, Sun: 12pm-9pm, Mon-Tue: 11am-9pm

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The pulled pork is out of this world, especially with the spicy barbecue sauce!

5
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The pulled pork is out of this world, especially with the spicy barbecue sauce!

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Fantastic bbq and even better atmosphere

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Fantastic bbq and even better atmosphere

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I have been to this restaurant numerous times and have always had an excellent experience. The staff is friendly, food is always perfect, and the service is quick. I love the fried pickles and you can't go wrong with the ribs. Many sauces to choose from (all good), but I recommend the Cherry Bomb.\r\n\r\nThanks for the great service!

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I have been to this restaurant numerous times and have always had an excellent experience. The staff is friendly, food is always perfect, and the service is quick. I love the fried pickles and you can't go wrong with the ribs. Many sauces to choose from (all good), but I recommend the Cherry Bomb.\r\n\r\nThanks for the great service!

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Ordered the jambalaya, a $17 seafood entree. The thing was so loaded with hot sauce that I couldn't tell if I was eating a scallop or a piece of sausage as EVERYTHING was overpowered by the hot sauce. Even the rice.

I'll go back if friends absolutly want to go there, but won't get anything other the BBQ.

2
★★☆☆☆

Ordered the jambalaya, a $17 seafood entree. The thing was so loaded with hot sauce that I couldn't tell if I was eating a scallop or a piece of sausage as EVERYTHING was overpowered by the hot sauce. Even the rice.

I'll go back if friends absolutly want to go there, but won't get anything other the BBQ.

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The service was excellent. The waitress suggested that my daughters meal come out first to keep her busy. She did refills without asking. Plenty of napkins. All stuff parents need. The food was awesome! Some to take home too. Love this place.

5
★★★★★

The service was excellent. The waitress suggested that my daughters meal come out first to keep her busy. She did refills without asking. Plenty of napkins. All stuff parents need. The food was awesome! Some to take home too. Love this place.

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I am not a fan of Barbecue, but my hubby is. We decided to try Sticky Lips because it was in the neighborhood and we loved the ever changing Marquis out front. The BBQ is great for even on non-BBQ lover like myself. There is plenty on the menu that isn't BBQ for those who don't like BBQ, I really love the Pulled Pork Nachos.We go as a family, but there is no kids menu. Instead our 10 year old orders from the main menu, since you can choose just the meat, 1 side or 2 sides, and or 6 year old ordered Chicken Drummers from the appetizers and shares with Mommy. We always have a doggy bag to go home with, and I love taking the left overs for lunch.This is a great local restaurant.

5
★★★★★

I am not a fan of Barbecue, but my hubby is. We decided to try Sticky Lips because it was in the neighborhood and we loved the ever changing Marquis out front. The BBQ is great for even on non-BBQ lover like myself. There is plenty on the menu that isn't BBQ for those who don't like BBQ, I really love the Pulled Pork Nachos.We go as a family, but there is no kids menu. Instead our 10 year old orders from the main menu, since you can choose just the meat, 1 side or 2 sides, and or 6 year old ordered Chicken Drummers from the appetizers and shares with Mommy. We always have a doggy bag to go home with, and I love taking the left overs for lunch.This is a great local restaurant.

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This place has great barbecue and sides. The prices are reasonable and the portions are good. This is a good alternative to Dinosaur. The sauces are interesting and you have to try the fried pickles.

5
★★★★★

This place has great barbecue and sides. The prices are reasonable and the portions are good. This is a good alternative to Dinosaur. The sauces are interesting and you have to try the fried pickles.

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We decided to try Sticky Lips after a friend recommended it, and found it to be a great experience. The atmosphere is kind of like a 50's diner, and the food is great. They have a variety of BBQ sauces to chose from---all of them are delicious.

4
★★★★☆

We decided to try Sticky Lips after a friend recommended it, and found it to be a great experience. The atmosphere is kind of like a 50's diner, and the food is great. They have a variety of BBQ sauces to chose from---all of them are delicious.

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SL tries to touch all the bases of American BBQ. This is a lofty goal as there are so many different variations, not to mention regions of American Cue. SL doesn't really do any one particularly well, but they also don't do a bad job at them all. Most CueJoints I've been to try to focus on one and do it well- not always accompishing the goal. At the very least SL tries and tries hard.\r\n\r\nApps- Fried Green Tomato doesn't make the grade, they are sliced too thin and fried too deeply. Fried Pickles also miss the mark as they are clearly not fresh pickles, speared and fried too deeply. Catfish fingers, suprisingly tender and good- though surely frozen. The dipping sauces for all of these apps are pretty good too.\r\n\r\nCue- Pulled pork is done right and is probably the best thing on the menu. Chicken is ok, but seems like ordinary rottiserie chicken that you could get anywhere. Brisket, no good- dry, plain with very little taste. Ribs, decent and meaty, but not tender or flavorful as though they are just a vehicle for the overslathering of sauce that SL (as well as many CueJoints) has succumbed to.\r\n\r\nSides- Mac/Cheese is VERY good, crispy/chrunch on top while gooey inside (maybe the best item on the menu). Greens, soggy and overcooked lacks the bitter bite of good collards. Sweet potato fries are over sugar/cinnamoned, which takes away from the fact that they are perfectly fried and should be left to stand on their own natural flavor. slaw/po-salad, standard issue jarred stuff (actually goes well with the Cue). Beans- plain.\r\n\r\nSo, why the Recommended Rating???\r\n\r\nSauces- Carolina Clipper (mustard based), this sauce captures the spirit of the true south. Sassy, tangy, smooth and sweet. Few places north of the Mason Dixon serve- let alone know about, yellow BBQ. This sauce keeps me coming back. Its GOOD.\r\nCherry Bomb Brown is what most people consider BBQ sauce, just a better version of it. \r\n\r\nAsk for your ribs nakid and sauce as you like, and you are in for a treat.

2
★★★★☆

SL tries to touch all the bases of American BBQ. This is a lofty goal as there are so many different variations, not to mention regions of American Cue. SL doesn't really do any one particularly well, but they also don't do a bad job at them all. Most CueJoints I've been to try to focus on one and do it well- not always accompishing the goal. At the very least SL tries and tries hard.\r\n\r\nApps- Fried Green Tomato doesn't make the grade, they are sliced too thin and fried too deeply. Fried Pickles also miss the mark as they are clearly not fresh pickles, speared and fried too deeply. Catfish fingers, suprisingly tender and good- though surely frozen. The dipping sauces for all of these apps are pretty good too.\r\n\r\nCue- Pulled pork is done right and is probably the best thing on the menu. Chicken is ok, but seems like ordinary rottiserie chicken that you could get anywhere. Brisket, no good- dry, plain with very little taste. Ribs, decent and meaty, but not tender or flavorful as though they are just a vehicle for the overslathering of sauce that SL (as well as many CueJoints) has succumbed to.\r\n\r\nSides- Mac/Cheese is VERY good, crispy/chrunch on top while gooey inside (maybe the best item on the menu). Greens, soggy and overcooked lacks the bitter bite of good collards. Sweet potato fries are over sugar/cinnamoned, which takes away from the fact that they are perfectly fried and should be left to stand on their own natural flavor. slaw/po-salad, standard issue jarred stuff (actually goes well with the Cue). Beans- plain.\r\n\r\nSo, why the Recommended Rating???\r\n\r\nSauces- Carolina Clipper (mustard based), this sauce captures the spirit of the true south. Sassy, tangy, smooth and sweet. Few places north of the Mason Dixon serve- let alone know about, yellow BBQ. This sauce keeps me coming back. Its GOOD.\r\nCherry Bomb Brown is what most people consider BBQ sauce, just a better version of it. \r\n\r\nAsk for your ribs nakid and sauce as you like, and you are in for a treat.

Pros: Sauce, Sauce, Mac/Cheese

Cons: Over-sauced (ask for it nakid)

 

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