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Blue Ribbon Website Changes


Blue Ribbon BBQ Website 2008-2009You may have noticed that Blue Ribbon Barbecue has an entirely new website.  You've made suggestions to us over the years and we've listened!  While we're going to miss our road signs and license plates, we think you'll discover that the new site is far easier to navigate and find exactly what you're looking for.

The updated Boston skyline on our home page is immediately noticeable, but within you'll find lots of new content.  Existing and future catering customers will love the expanded delivery area, which now includes all of Cape Cod, Hartford, Connecticut, and even parts of coastal Maine.  (Surprisingly, many of our customers didn't realize that we've long offered authentic Southern-style BBQ delivery to nearby Providence and Worcester.)  Our service options are also clearly explained taking the guesswork out of your order.

We welcome your comments.  Please let us know how you like the new site.  If you're feeling nostalgic, you can always come back to this post where I've posted a screen shot of the previous website.


Blue Ribbon is the best BBQ around Boston! 
For regular customers, specials add variety. Would like to see the specials on the website, if possible. Maybe on the blog? 
Posted @ Tuesday, April 06, 2010 12:50 PM by Customer
Yes! Seeing the specials online would be FANTASTIC!!!!
Posted @ Friday, April 09, 2010 6:46 PM by Luce
Yes, posting the specials would be great-- further, it would be great if you allowed users to vote-- to see which, if any specials should become a regular addition to the menu.
Posted @ Saturday, April 17, 2010 2:53 PM by Robert
Are your sauces/meats gluten free? I was planning on trying out but I have celiac disease and would hate to go to a BBQ place and just order salad!
Posted @ Tuesday, May 11, 2010 2:15 PM by Dylan
The site looks great!! Good job. 
And... another vote for posting the daily specials online.
Posted @ Tuesday, May 11, 2010 5:08 PM by Ben
another vote to blog the specials! Love the specials!
Posted @ Thursday, June 17, 2010 3:17 PM by Nettie
Would love to see specials (and the sides-of-the-day!) posted daily. Any chance of having a branch south of Boston (maybe Quincy)? That would effectively cover the city. Keep up the good work.
Posted @ Tuesday, June 29, 2010 11:51 AM by rick
I hope you have Gluten free?
Posted @ Friday, July 23, 2010 8:42 PM by mcm
I hear you've got Gluten free, but I don't see any responses out here. Help! I want to bring a date, but want to eat, too! 
Posted @ Friday, February 24, 2012 9:40 AM by STeve
We strongly suggest speaking with a manager before ordering concerning any gluten sensitivities or Celiac disease, but there are some guidelines that can be followed when ordering from our regular menu. Sandwich rolls, cornbread, mac & cheese and all of our desserts (pies, cobblers, dessert bars, cookies) contain flour. 
The jury is still out on Worcestershire sauce, which could contain trace amounts of wheat. With any food allergy, erring on the side of caution is generally the best practice. Worcestershire sauce is used in our baked beans, Kansas City burnt ends and our signature BBQ sauces: sweet, hot and gold. Please note that Blue Ribbon Bar-B-Q Carolina BBQ Sauce, which is sold in retail packaging throughout New England, in our restaurants and in our online Gift Shop is the same product as our sweet BBQ sauce. 
It's hard to go wrong with a nice big North Carolina Pulled Pork platter (hold the cornbread!) with cole slaw and black-eyed corn. Just make sure to stick to the NC Vinegar Sauce at the self-serve sauce bar. 
Blue Ribbon BBQ is well-known for the daily specials featured in our restaurants. Please ensure that you talk to a manager about any allergy concerns before ordering any daily specials.
Posted @ Saturday, February 25, 2012 11:32 AM by Ken Ward
Lea & Perrins Worcestershire sauce claims to be gluten free. Do you use that brand? Thanks.
Posted @ Wednesday, June 27, 2012 9:31 PM by Peter
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