Thank you for your support。 Barrio team wishes everyone wonderful thanksgiving 2022。
our thanksgiving hour is
11/24/2022 - CLOSED
11/25/2022 - 3pm-8:30pm
Due to Technical Issues, we will be closing on 11/08/2022 and return on 11/09/2022.
Octoberfest is over, we hope everyone enjoy our special dark beer skewers party plates.
This Week, we will be doing our signature Liempo plate & 7 Lumpia for $20.so L&L lovers, it's the time
06/01/2021 UDPATE: OUTDOOR DINING NOW FULLY OPEN! BARRIO IS NOW OPEN 7 DAYS!
Our outdoor dining area is now open for dining! It is shaded, heated, and sports will be playing on our large screen TVs!
OPEN EVERY DAY FROM 11 AM - 9 PM!
Barrio is a fun and authentic Korean and Filipino BBQ eatery located in Garden Grove, California. At Barrio, great comfort food meets the unique, dynamic ambiance of Steelcraft. Our plates are generously portioned and allow you to build your own plate: choose your protein(s), your side item, and even your pickle preference! Top it off with a fried egg and our signature garlic lover’s sauce!
Barrio features exciting choices such as our marinated pork & chicken skewers, as well as “off-the-skewer” Korean classics, such as spicy pork or sweet beef bulgogi. Eating as clean as possible? We suggest simply grilled garlic-herb shrimp or grilled Atlantic salmon with our mixed green salad featuring fresh mangoes and a house made calamansi vinaigrette.
The concept of Filipino and Korean fusion is more than just a restaurant concept. For Adam & Sharon, founders and owners of Barrio BBQ, it is a way of life. Adam was born in Metro Manila, Philippines and is of Filipino descent. Sharon was born in Los Angeles, CA as a daughter of Korean immigrants. Mealtimes for their families were more than just an opportunity to enjoy delicious food - it was an opportunity to bond with loved ones. Food truly brought their friends and family together, and there is no better time than now to represent that belief while representing each of their unique backgrounds as well.
While there are certainly many differences in Korean and Filipino food, they believe that the similarities that bind them will always prevail. This husband and wife duo are using each of their unique cultures to spread happiness -- one plate at a time.
Learn more about them in VoyageLA's write-up here.
Hospitable. Energetic. Passionate. Thoughtful. Welcoming. These are some of the words that we strive to have our guests use, when describing Barrio’s service. Every interaction with our guests at our window is an opportunity to spread happiness and joy to the world.
In Filipino culture, “Tita” means auntie. “Tita” is someone that is going to make sure you are fed well and leave her house full of love and with a smile. While nothing may ever beat “Tita’s” house, Barrio BBQ is the next best thing.