Proud to be Featured in The Knot!

From Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Graduations, Office Parties, Brises,  Shivas and any kind of Shindig in between, CarnBBQ delivers the “Bang” without all the Bucks!

Read this great review from one of our Wedding clients:

“Carnivore BBQ is so delicious that we could have held our wedding reception in an empty parking lot and our guests still would have left happy. Perfectly juicy meat, flavorful sauces and sides made for a meal that was both refined and unstuffy. It was the most remarked upon aspect of the whole wedding! And it was an unbelievable bargain compared to the overpriced, bland food you so often find at hotels or large-scale catering outfits. My new husband and I couldn’t be happier to start our marriage with a fridge full of the best pulled pork and brisket we’ve ever tasted. Thanks, Carnivore!”
-Noelle, Washington, DC

Carnivore BBQ Pitmaster Steve Adelson featured in the Washington Post



Washington Post
October 3, 2014 

Then: Bagel wholesaler
Now: Owner, Carnivore BBQ and Mac Attack

Steve Adelson ran a thriving business by bringing New York bagels to the District. In 2011, he switched gears and launched the Carnivore BBQ truck to bring his signature wood-smoked meats to hungry Washingtonians. Making the jump was natural for the Wharton MBA grad. “Bagel and barbecue production are both a science and an art,” Adelson says. He credits much of his success to the quality of his wood smoker — “Old Smoky” — which was hand-built by a disabled Vietnam War veteran and resembles the front of a train.

Best seller: Pulled pork Mac Attack?: Mac and cheese with a barbecue fusion

Quote: “”There’s an eclectic bunch of people in D.C. that like having an eclectic mix of food.”

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