Chris' & Pitt's Restaurant

9839 Artesia Blvd
Bellflower, CA 90706
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Traditional American

Customer Reviews (17 reviews)

rr lyrae

on Yahoo Apr 23, 2009
I have no Cris' & Pitt's any more! (more)


on Yahoo Dec 09, 2008
The best food, they need more locations! We drive almost an hour to get their yummy food! Baby back ribs are the best, as well as their onion rings. My all time favorite is their salad with blue cheese dressing. Try it,... (more)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch Oct 19, 2008
this restaurant is very good...good service, good food and all around not too expensive either. the bbq plates are the bomb, tasty and fresh. you get alot on your plate for almost nothing!... (more)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch Sep 29, 2008
Chris' and Pitt's is a long time family favorite. They have great take-out! I have been going there since I was alittle girl with my grandparents and it is still a treat. (more)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch Apr 30, 2008
The place was like a cabin in the mountains. Country look but larger. The people were very friendly. We had no trouble ordering with all the selections of BBQ and sandwiches it wasn't too hard. Great family place and... (more)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch Feb 23, 2008
Good BBQ food, cool atmosphere. A little pricey and there is often a wait. Can be good for take out. A little dirty feeling because of peanut shells on the floor. (more)


on Yahoo Feb 18, 2008
The ribs have been so bad that I wouldn't eat them if they were free. If you do eat here the rest of the food is okay. This location use to be better. Parking is a bit of a pain. Too many other restaurants in the area to even... (more)


on Yahoo Feb 08, 2008
I've been eating at criss & pitts for 30+ yrs. I guess that says it all rt. there. consistently good food. the current owner has added quite a few extra dishes. steak & ribs do it for me. oh, and yes the blue cheese salad... (more)

Mar Yvette

on Citysearch Jun 14, 2007
Dubbed "home of the live wood fire," this small family restaurant chain was started in 1940 in the city of Lynwood. Families, groups and hungry locals dine amid the dark wood benches and occasional bits of sawdust on... (more)


on Yahoo May 24, 2007
This place blows lucielles out of the water: I've driven past this place a million times in the past 10 years...And i've always heard great things about it from friends. I finally ate there. Great food, great prices,... (more)
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