Sunday, September 30, 2012

BBQ Month-Week #3: Dancing Pig BBQ

Dancing Pig BBQ
Dublin Village Plaza
161 N. Main St.
Dublin, PA
Hours: T-Sun 11a-8p (closed Mondays)

 Dublin Village Plaza is famous for it's PA Driver's License Center, but it has competition.  Dancing Pig is serving delicious southern-style BBQ to Bucks County.  Known for its 100's wood-fired, wood-smoked, all-fresh, never frozen meat, this almost year old business is bringing a cultural experience to town.  

We highly recommend the "Dancing Pig Style Baby Back Ribs" (a traditional dry rub and a "light finishing mop"--also serving "Texas Style"-cracked black pepper and coarse salt).  Love the smoky smell it leaves on your fingers!  Thankfully they provide complimentary moist towelettes for the messy fingers.

They also have the full offerings of sandwiches including pulled pork, beef brisket (our choice-delicious!), chicken bbq and more.  A few creative selections include the beef brisket cheese steak or the chorizo sandwich.  Each table includes 2 versions of sauces.  They offered "Dancing Pig Devil Dust" for the spice lovers--we respectfully declined and failed to ask for a description.

Side items are a la carte, but reasonably priced.  The "settler beans" were flavorful and an ideal choice, along with the distinct corn bread and garden slaw (vinegar base).

They are obviously serving a steady take-out business but the dine-in atmosphere is warm and inviting.  Most of all we enjoyed the hospitality of the owners--who are sure to inform and generously serve their customers.


  1. Pit beef sandwich with horseradish sauce is to die for, and the chicken wings will make you turn your nose up at the fried kind.

    <3 Dancing Pig!

  2. This sandwich looks very delicious. I can't control myself from buying it right now. See you later !!!!! Bye !!!!!