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BBQ Land

1975 South Broadway, Santa Maria, CA - (805) 346-8537
Arguably the least recognized BBQ style in America, the Santa Maria style calls for beef grilled over red oak wood. BBQ Land offers tri-tip in the Santa Maria style: grilled to juicy perfection and served on grilled and buttered French bread with fresh salsa. This sandwich should be complimented by their excellent ranch beans.
100% Approval Rating (2 votes)

Scorecard

3 - Overall: Excellent - Worth a Detour
Overall: Excellent - Worth a Detour
Tri-tip sandwich
Kim Chee
Ranch-style beans
Macaroni salad

Highlighted Reviews

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Chris & Amy Ayers - Photos (4)
Roadfood.com Editor
"Vaqueros, the cowboys of California‚Äôs Central Coast, used to cook their meat over a fire of red oak wood, a tree indigenous to the Santa Maria Valley. Today, the specialty known as tri-tip makes mouths water all over the Golden State. Cut from the bottom sirloin, ..."   [Read More]

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Map & Web Site

1975 South Broadway, Santa Maria, CA
(805) 346-8537

http://www.bbqlandsantamaria.com

Hours & Policies

Seasons:Open Year Round
Meals Served:Lunch, Dinner
Operational Hours:Always Call Ahead!
Credit Cards Accepted:Yes
Alcohol Served:No
Outdoor Seating:No
Reservations Accepted:No
Delivery Available:No
Takeout Counters:Yes
The tri-tip sandwich is traditionally topped with fresh salsa on grilled and buttered French bread, and BBQ Land's version is phenomenally tasty.
"The tri-tip sandwich is traditionally topped with fresh salsa on grilled and buttered French bread, and BBQ Land's version is phenomenally tasty."
Chris & Amy Ayers





Kimchee seems like an unusual option at a BBQ restaurant, but since the owners are Korean, we thought it was worth a try. Hot and spicy, this was the favorite among our sides.
"Kimchee seems like an unusual option at a BBQ restaurant, but since the owners are Korean, we thought it was worth a try. Hot and spicy, this was the favorite among our sides."
Cliff Strutz


Pinquito beans are a native crop in the Santa Maria Valley, and these ranch beans are a savory and necessary side dish for tri-tip.
"Pinquito beans are a native crop in the Santa Maria Valley, and these ranch beans are a savory and necessary side dish for tri-tip."
Chris & Amy Ayers


The macaroni salad serves as a cool foil for the spicy meat and beans.
"The macaroni salad serves as a cool foil for the spicy meat and beans."
Chris & Amy Ayers


BBQ Land is located in the heart of Santa Maria, less than two miles from Highway 101.
"BBQ Land is located in the heart of Santa Maria, less than two miles from Highway 101."
Chris & Amy Ayers



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