Our Menu

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SPECIALTIES

We specialize in traditional BBQ all smoked with pecan wood on offset smokers that we build. We also offer delicious smoked vegan dishes that we prepare separately from our meat items. To us, it's all food and we take great pride in making sure that all dishes are prepared respectfully. We work very hard to make quality fresh foods from scratch with a do it yourself mentality. If we don't make it in house ourselves, we try to get it from a local place that does. Our optimal goal is to bring everyone to the same table, whether they have different allergies (Gluten, dairy, egg, soy, etc.) or different preferences, we strive to make everyone happy. We're a family owned and operated business and we put a lot of love into our food, we hope you can taste it!

Location

Looking for us?

Sun-Thurs 11am-9pm, Fri-Sat 11am-10pm

Boise, ID

930 S Vista Ave.
Phone: (208) 906-4960
Email: brad@bbq4life.net

Our Story

Established in 2013

In April, 2013 We started as a food truck called B-Hive BBQ & Vegan and our main spot was set up outside of Stonehenge Produce on Overland Road. By October we joined up with local sauce company My Family Tradition Sauces & Rubs and moved into the Rodeway Inn off of Curtis Road and became MFT BBQ & Vegan. One year later, here we are today in our new location back on the Boise Bench in the Vista Village with our new name BBQ4LIFE (We promise this will be our last name change). We still continue to use My Family Tradition Sauces and work closely with them but we decided to make this final name change to avoid confusion between the two different businesses and to promote what we're all about, and that is bringing you the best darn BBQ...for life!


BOOK US

Want us to pull our truck up to your event? Send us an email or call us and we will get back to you ASAP!




CUSTOM SMOKERS

Looking for a custom built smoker? Contact us and we can setup an appointment and create you a smoker that will fit your needs!


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