Kansas City tops almost every chart when it comes to BBQ food. There are just so many picks to find, and each one has a history that comes with experience. The pit masters here have passed the tricks to next generations, and some restaurants have been around for decades. Q39 is a relatively new BBQ restaurant in KC, but in a short time, it has become a part of every other curated list. If you plan to come to KC and explore the incredible BBQ scene here, this should be on your list. Here is a review for your further help.
The incredible ambience
Entering Q39 is an incredible experience, because you can get the BBQ flavor right from the door. There are 12 people ready to serve, and the food here is served with love and excitement, which translates into a welcoming experience. The ambience of Q39 is better than most other BBQ restaurants in the city, so if you are looking for something that’s ideal for date or business meeting, pick this one. There is an inviting feeling to the entire setup, and the actual BBQ is prepped inside, so you can expect to soak in the flavors.
What to try?
Q39 boasts of a really fun menu. Burnt ends is obviously a favorite but is limited and available on selected days only. You may want to step in early if this is what you want. Next, check their bacon-wrapped shrimp – an in-house specialty, and their sausages are anything but banal. We also loved some of their standard fare, like jumbo chicken wings and pork spare ribs. Pork Belly and Sausage Corn Dogs are a menu favorite, and many people were interested in trying their Smoked Beef Brisket Poutine. This contains chopped brisket, beef brisket gravy, cheddar cheese curds, served with BBQ sauce and fries. There are also some amazing Angus Beef® Brisket burgers that are worth trying. If you want more on the sides, try their apple slaw, or something as simple as baked beans.
There is a reason why Q39 has earned such famed in a short time. This is the ultimate dining experience for anyone in KC, and their BBQ fare is as classic as it is varied, so you are likely to find something worth your time and taste. They do have a website, and it’s best to check the menu before you step in, and do reserve a table.