Podnah’s BBQ

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1625 Northeast Killingsworth Street, Portland, OR 97211

http://podnahspit.com

503-281-3700

Mon-Thurs 11am-9pm, Fri 11am-10pm, Sat & Sun 9am-5pm

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By the time Rodney Muirhead opened Podnah’s in late 2006, he’d already been smoking Texas style barbecue in Portland for almost 4 years. He started his barbecue career as one half of L.O.W. BBQ–the somewhat itenerant fellas who had pit-on-trailer and did travel. Rodney and his partner sold L.O.W, and Rodney went to work in some other fine local restaurants, all the while dreaming of opening his own place.

Rodney realized that dream in the summer of 2006 when he found a partner and a space for what would become his new barbecue restaurant. To honor his Texas roots, he named it “Podnah’s Pit” after his grandfather’s nickname–“podnah” being Texan for partner.

Podnah’s barbecue has been praised by publications from the Willamette Week to Bon Apetite magazine. There’s a really simple explanation for Rodney’s success: he don’t mess with Texas. While many things have changed since Rodney started barbecuing back in 2003, there’s one thing that will always stay the same–relying on the barbecue methods of the Lone Star state.

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