Spring Street Smokehouse BBQ

640 N Spring St Los AngelesCA90012
Open
Sunday
Closed
Monday
10:30am-10:00pm
Tuesday
10:30am-10:00pm
Wednesday
10:30am-10:00pm
Thursday
10:30am-10:00pm
Friday
10:30am-10:00pm
Saturday
10:30am-10:00pm
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express
Average Rating
4
Total Reviews
(106)
Recommended 0
Not Recommended 0
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www.sssmokehouse.com Happy Hour M-F 3-6 $3, $4 & $5 DRAFTS
by facebook on February 01, 2016 from facebook

Tips

Save Time: With 24 hours notice, order a whole deep fried turkey or whole smoked turkey or ham for holidays or other special occasions.
by ezlocal on June 29, 2016 from ezlocal
The Extras: Good kids' picks are the smoked bologna, BBQ pasta and smoked jumbo turkey leg.
by ezlocal on June 29, 2016 from ezlocal

Editorial Reviews

Spring Street Smokehouse Restaurant Review:
Incongruously on the fringe of Chinatown, near downtown Los Angeles, Carolina-style barbecue is being served up in a bright counter-service storefront. Jammed into the small space, communal tables are topped with bags of pre-sliced soft white bread for making impromptu sandwiches or sopping up the juices of flavorful, tender, smoky ribs, brisket, pulled pork, sliced tri-tip, hot links, turkey...
by gayot on October 29, 2011 from gayot
Chinatown, not the most obvious location for a Southern-style BBQ joint, but don't judge, just eat. Quirky interior trimmings, fluorescent lights and such, fit the neighborhood decor descript. Sit down and break bread -- the white, sliced variety you'll find on your table -- before getting saucy. Famous for sweet and smoky pork, beef, buffalo ribs topped with regular or spicy BBQ sauce. Other...
by blackbookmag on May 13, 2011 from blackbookmag
An independent rental shop with an eclectic selection of videos and a massive DVD collection.:
In ShortLocated in the heart of the flamboyant Castro District, this shop lives up to the reputation of its neighborhood. Castro Video boasts the largest collection of gay, lesbian, bi and transgender films in the city, including general interest films and X-rated videos. As at most video stores, an impressive collection of DVDs is slowly taking over the front of this independent shop. Overall...
by judysbook on October 31, 2006 from judysbook
Chinatown hole-in-the-wall serves Southern barbeque classics and unique pit-smoked specials.:
In Short
Fluorescent lights, Formica surfacing, and mirrored walls echo surrounding Chinatown haunts, but country music and bagged sliced bread on tables belie Southern roots. Then...
by by Martha Burr at Citysearch on April 06, 2006 from Citysearch

Information from the business

Castro Video opened its doors on June 9, 1986 at 541 Castro Street. In 1990, due to our phenomenal success, we opened a second store at 2410 California Street in Pacific Heights. In February of 1992, Castro Video moved to the present location at 525 Castro Street, featuring an expanded inventory of VHS and LaserDisc titles.
by cityvoter on May 14, 2016 from cityvoter