Using techniques and recipes learned from the world famous pitmasters of Saint Louis, the Notorious P.I.G. brings Missoula BBQ as it’s meant to be. We begin cooking every morning at 4 AM and only cook enough to get us through the day. You can be sure that what you’re eating is fresh and made with love, but come get it while it’s hot!

Courtesy of Female Foodie


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Need some great food and awesome servers for your next event? We cater. Check out our catering menu below, and give us a shout so we can get your event penciled in.

rave reviews

  • “The Notorious P.I.G. is easy to spot, thanks to a perpetually long line that can stretch right out the door and onto the sidewalk. The line moves fast, though, and this food is worth it. Everything is cooked fresh that day—beginning at 4:00 a.m.—for the most legitimate BBQ in the region. Expect tasty standards like pulled pork and brisket, plus a few inventive additions like the smoked cranberry-cayenne chicken wings.”

    ‘Missoula: Small City, Big Appetites‘ - Northwest Travel Magazine
  • ‘The 10 Best Restaurants in Missoula, Montana’

    Culture Trip
  • We’re not just picking this place because of its punny name—it is a great name, though—but because they feature a tour of the best kinds of barbecue: Memphis-style ribs, Kansas City burnt ends, Texas-style brisket, tri-tip sirloin, and, a curveball: New York pastrami.

    ‘The Best BBQ Joints in All 50 States‘ – Mental Floss
  • ‘These Restaurants Are Pho Real About Punning’

    Atlas Obscura
  • “Okay, so this place is young. Like in the last couple of months young. But the pedigree as a sister restaurant to legendary Pappy’s in St. Louis and the way they smoke everything over cherry and applewood and their ridiculous burnt ends and tri-tip and cranberry-cayenne chicken wings have made somewhat difficult to choose any other place in Montana. Just consider us early adopters.”

    'The Best BBQ In Every State In America‘ – Thrillist

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