Holy Cow that’s good barbeque



Barbeque appeals to a large cross section of people, so when you go to Holy Cow BBQ you are likely to see fellow diners that might include moms, dads and kids enjoying a family dinner out, a local baseball team celebrating their victory, Beverly Hills housewives getting their hands dirty for an indulgent lo-carb meal, or suited up execs blowing off steam after a day at the office.  Everyone loves a tasty BBQ, and at Holy Cow they have made a menu for all types of meat lovers.

The atmosphere is casual and fun, like a BBQ joint should be.  It’s a place where you can get loud and messy and friendly with your neighbors, because that is essentially what real  BBQ is all about.  For families, there’s a basic kid’s menu, but most families simply order and share from the regular menu, and of course there’s crayons for kids to draw cows.

Besides great dinner options and a hopping delivery business, Holy Cow also has dine-in lunch specials available till 4 pm, perfect for after school snacks.  To top off a satisfying BBQ meal, they also have jumbo cookies for just $2.


Guests can build their own custom combos, or order classics, including The Standard (house blended USDA choice ground beef, lettuce, tomato, B&B Pickles, 1000 dressing on Brioche Bun) for $10; Prairie Dog (Louisiana hot link, ale mustard, pickles, crispy onions on Toasted Roll) for $9; or The Hog (Pulled pork, Carolina sauce, Slaw, Crispy onion, B&B Pickles on Brioche bun) for $10.


On the sandwich menu there’s the Brentwood Club (smoked chicken, applewood bacon, avocado, baby greens, garlic aioli on Texas Toast) for $11; Smokestack (smoked tavern ham, Vermont cheddar, 1000 dressing, pickles, slaw on Texas Toast) for $10;  The Miner (Pulled pork, tri tip or brisket on Texas Toast) fo r$10; and  BBQ Pulled Chicken (Pulled BBQ Chicken, crispy onion, Vermont cheddar, picked red onion on Brioche Bun) for $10.


Sides include Holy Fries; House Slaw; Idaho Potato Salad; Kettle Beans; Collards; and for specials you can find items such as the Smokey Corn Chowder & Cornbread for $8 or Turkey Chili & Cornbread for $8.


Besides the giant $2 cookies, dessert options include Chocolate Bread Pudding (brioche, vanilla bean cream, chocolate, spices, fresh whip cream) served warm will keep you in your seat till the last drop.  Prefer a fruit dessert, order our Peach Crumb – peaches, brown sugar and oat crumb.  Simple and divine.  Or the classic Banana Cream in a Jar (vanilla bean cream, banana brulee, whip cream and toasted almonds), for $7 each.