Full Moon has a long, delicious history of great Southern-style 'que made in the time-honored, traditional way — with quality meats cooked low and slow over a hickory wood-fired pit and spiced with a mouthwatering, award-winning bar-b-que sauce.
The Maluff brothers, David and Joe, bought the original restaurant in 1996, and they have since grown the business while continuing a family-owned tradition that caters to folks who know great 'que from the rest.
The wood smoke from every Full Moon restaurant's fire pit shows the Birmingham-born brothers' commitment to top-notch bar-b-que. At the same time, they satisfy a variety of tastes with fresh salads; hand-breaded chicken tenders; farm-raised catfish; Buffalo-style wings; and overstuffed baked potatoes.
Everything at Full Moon is homemade — from the famous Full Moon chow-chow to the baked-fresh-each-day Half Moon cookies. And it's all served with a smile and a healthy helping of true Southern hospitality — whether you eat in, get it to go or have your meal catered with our portable bar-b-que pits, which are guaranteed to make your next gathering as entertaining as it is enticing.
Full Moon's vinaigrette slaw and the Half Moon cookies are among the "100 Dishes to Eat in Alabama Before You Die," and Full Moon regularly enjoys accolades from magazines like Southern Living and Bon Appétit. For more than a quarter of a century, we have been delighting customers with the South's best bar-b-que — bar none.
Full Moon is the "Best Little Pork House in Alabama." TM