Park Avenue BBQ & Grille (Boynton Beach)

Posted on April 29th, 2008 · American BBQ Boynton Beach


*****  Park Avenue BBQ & Grille, 4796 North Congress Avenue, Boynton Beach, Florida 33426, (561) 357-7427.

Park Avenue is a small “local” South Florida bbq chain. I have lost count on how many there are, but 7 or 8 units sounds about right. Over the years I have eaten in 3 of its locations a total of something like 35 times and taken out so much food, that it’s amazing that I haven’t had to have an angioplasty done. Anyway…my last Park Avenue outing was last night (at the Boynton Beach location) and I have to tell you, that the this joint’s baby-back ribs and bbq chicken are absolutely delicious. This joint also makes corn-fritters doused in powder sugar that are terrific.

Do yourself a favor and visit a location in your area. Delicious food. Big portions. Pleasant and efficient waiters/waitresses. All kinds of menu “price specials.” Park Avenue is open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner. If you wear anything dressier than tee shirt/shorts you will look silly.

6 Comments to “Park Avenue BBQ & Grille (Boynton Beach)”

  1. eric says...

    just ate at pa in lake worth.
    babybacks, corn, corn fritters, ff, food is excellent. so are the prices.

  2. mr. s. says...

    $10.95 full rack of babybacks with 2 sides i had corn on cob and mac & cheese and corn bread. delicious. can’t beat this monday night special

  3. lo says...

    great ribs.
    coming to boca at dixie and glades

  4. jenna says...

    went to the one in Stuart by the bridge..did not like the food at all. It smelled funny. All the cops ate there and told us on the way in that the food was great but I didn’t fishin the food. Maybe it was just a bad day.

  5. ralphie maye says...

    boca food really good.
    place is noisey as hell.

  6. Gene T says...

    Tried PA last night for the first time and was very disappointed. My takeout order included a rack of ribs, bbq chicken, side order of corn fritters. The food was literally tasteless. The fritters were hard like rocks. Rate this one, never again.

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