Hole in the Wall BBQ is a sweet little lunchtime spot in Seattle’s Pioneer Square neighborhood that delivers an ode to meat every weekday from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. True to it’s name, it’s a small space with very limited seating and usually a long line that snakes down a hill. No worries though–service is fast and friendly and allows downtown workers to make the most of their lunch hour.
And the food? I thoroughly agree with the review Rick S. gave on Yelp:
“The brisket is softer than James Taylor, the hot sauce is hotter and sweeter than the opening riff of ‘When Doves Cry,’ and the baked beans are smoky like Robinson.”