Great BBQ restaurant! Luckily for me it's only a block away! Chicken wings are awesome! Right of 110fwy Fair Oaks exit make a right 1 block south ENJOY!!!
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We were disappointed not to find beef ribs on the menu but you can't have everything. We also don't agree with BBQ being served with sauce on it already - there were tasty sauces on the table and we had to scrape off the other....More
I like most of the entrees that I have tried with the exception that most items are over spiced for what I consider BBQ. I'm from the south and crushed red pepper is not used as a seasoning. I've notice in California that it is...More
We stopped by for a light snack. (Salad) I will be returning for actual BBQ! I sat at the counter and was able to see the wide variety of offerings. Nothing looked bad. Gus's is a local BBQ "joint" that has been around for generation....More
If you truly do enjoy the real deal regarding BBQ, you must find your way to Gus's in South Pasadena. It is located on Fair Oaks, a main road off the 110 and a hop skip from Pasadena. You can not go wrong with any...More
Nice Neighborhoods Restaurant, Small Parking lot and street parking ! Good selection of Beer, Wine, Liquors ! The place is known for Bar-B-Q, and so we ordered to share ! Tri-Trip Beef Salad and Bar-B-Q beef burger with sweet potatoes fries with Merlot for this...More
We frequently visit Gus's. It's very friendly, efficient and nice. We have noticed a sharp hike in prices recently though! The staff are still nice and polite and the food and drink good. And they have a car park.
Expect to wait for a table on the weekend, so make a reservation or you might get stuck eating at Pollo Loco across the street. I've been coming here for years both for breakfast and dinner. This time around I ordered the BBQ two meat...More
I grew up in North Carolina from 1970 to 1987, have been in Los Angeles since. I'm on a perpetual quest to find great Southern cuisine out here ever since, especially fried chicken, Lexington style BBQ, hush puppies, and grits. On a rainy Saturday morning...More