At Home Team BBQ, you can find a variety of dishes made from fresh ingredients cooked from scratch.
This includes everything from starters and salads to tacos, sides, sliders, sandwiches, and wraps. All highlighted with dry-rubbed and slow-smoked Pork, Ribs, Chicken, Turkey, Sausage, and Brisket…our own Redneck Pot Roast.
No matter which location you choose, like the nearby Home Team Mount Pleasant store, you will find the same great flavors and friendly customer service.
At any given time inside the Home Team BBQ pits, there could be over 700 lbs of pork butts, 150 racks of ribs, 300 half-chickens, and 800 chicken wings. In addition, you could find corn, peppers, and mushrooms.
Walk into the kitchen and the dust from gallons of dry rub being mixed can fill the air. The same dry rub that flavors all of our meats.
Moreover, the smell of house-cured bacon can permeate the dining room as it slowly cools on the shelf.
In addition, Home Team BBQ’s traditional southern sides could accompany any meal or could become the main course on its own. Creamy stone-ground grits, smoked gouda mac ‘n’ cheese, collard greens, baked beans, and hash and rice all are available daily.
Meanwhile, honky-tonks and juke-joints found strewn throughout the southeastern United States served as models for each restaurant. Because of this, our locations themselves enhance the experience.
With a full schedule of national, regional, and local touring artists performing plenty of live blues, bluegrass, and Americana/rock/country, there certainly is something for everyone.
What Folks are Saying about Home Team BBQ on Sullivan’s Island
Among the many Google Reviews, Local Guide Matt Barclay enjoyed his visit to Sullivan’s and Home Team BBQ:
It is the best BBQ place we have been to, so far, in the Charleston area!
Friendly and efficient service. Parking can sometimes be rough, as it is street parking.
I had the pulled chicken (moist and excellent flavor) and my wife had the pulled pork, which she said was amazing! The portions are good relative to the prices.
The cucumber salad was also very good and very fresh.
We loved the music selection but, being seated directly under a speaker made it a little tough to have a conversation. But, WHO CARES!! You shouldn’t be talking with your mouth full anyway (and the. BBQ is SOO good, your mouth WILL be full)!!!
Over on Yelp, Paige P knows that Home Team BBQ on Sullivan’s is worth the wait:
This location, Sullivan’s Island, is my favorite.
Their smoked wings are always crispy and never have that tough skin that some smoked wings end up with, delicious. The heaping tray of nachos is by far the best I’ve had in a long time. More than enough to share.
Topped with several different cheeses, perfectly smoked meat, cold sour cream, and fresh guac along with many other tasty toppings available.
This location also has a great southern potato salad. I believe it is available at either of Home Teams’ other two locations.
You can find people from swimsuit/cover ups, shorts, and T-shirts to snappy casual clothing. It’s one of the most welcoming places for all.
The sweet iced tea is ice cold and their Alabama white sauce can’t be beat.
There might be a wait but with the variety and the tastiness of the smoked meats, I mean some great smoked meats, it is well worth the wait.
The SC BBQ Association ranks Home Team BBQ among the elite of BBQ in SC, 100-mile BBQ: BBQ so good its worth driving 100 miles for. Here’s an excerpt from their review:
First of all, the barbeque at Home Team is at the top of anybody’s good eating list and that goes for the barbequed chicken wings as well as the ribs.
Unexpectedly, he has real barbequed beef brisket that is as good as you are ever going to get in South Carolina. It is truly gourmet beef brisket.
And speaking of gourmet, you can get as a side, some of the best Brunswick stew in the state, maybe the best. Since Aaron Siegel came to barbeque from his background of high-end cooking his chef’s talents show in his sides too and not just the Brunswick stew, but also in the gourmet mac and cheese (made with Gouda, mozzarella and jack cheeses), the fresh, crunchy slaw that he doesn’t mess up with sugar, his collards that taste better than what your mother probably used to make and everything else he serves.
Even his hash over rice is a shot at a gourmet effort rather than the more traditional taste one finds in the state. He has some spices in his hash that will leave you wondering just what it is. What it is, is slightly different and if you like it his way, then it’s better.
Check out this classic Home Team BBQ ad:
Menu for Home Team BBQ on Sullivan’s Island
Note: Menu prices and options are subject to change over time. Contact the restaurant for the most up-to-date information.
Fiery Ron’s Home Team BBQ on Sullivan’s Island
Sullivan’s Island, SC 29482
100 Mile BBQ, True 'Cue Certified, Cards and Cash, Hash, Mustard Sauce, Vinegar Pepper Sauce, Light Tomato Sauce, Heavy Tomato Sauce