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Bill Miller’s Menu Prices

Last Updated on December 22, 2022
Written by CPA Alec Pow | Content Reviewed by Certified CFA CFA Alexander Popinker

Bill Miller Bar-B-Q is an American fast-food restaurant chain specialized in serving barbecue dishes accompanying various sides such as coleslaw and potato salad. Also, they serve various baked goods.

This restaurant is different from many others mainly due to the fact that the food is prepared at a central commissary and after that distributed to the different branches. Thanks to this your order will be ready in less than five minutes.

Bill Miller Bar-B-Q is famous for the large variety of barbecue items on its menu. To get a better idea about how much you should budget in order to dine at this restaurant, in the table below you will find their latest menu prices.

Item Description Price

Bar – B – Q Plates

Bar – B – Q Pork Sparerib Plates

The Rib Plate Pork spareribs &3 side orders $9.89
The Rib Plate with 1 Additional meat & 3 side orders $14.19
The Rib Plate with 2 Additional meat & 3 side orders $17.49

Beef brisket, sausage, ham, chicken, turkey

Regular Plate Choice of 1 meat & 3 side orders $8.49
Rancher Plate Choice of 2 meat & 3 side orders $12.69
Rodeo Plate Choice of 3 meat & 3 side orders $15.99
Wrangler Plate Choice of 1 meat & 2 side orders $7.19

Bar-B-Q Family Order

Bar-B-Q Family Order Small 1 Pound sliced Bar-B-Q Beef with 1 Pint each of: Potato salad, pinto beans & coleslaw. Pickles & onions and 1 loaf french bread $21.79
Bar-B-Q Family Order Large 11/2 Pounds of Bar-B-Q (mix or match) with 1 Quart each of: Potato salad, pinto beans & coleslaw. Pickles & onions and 2 loaves french bread $31.99

From Our Pit

Bar-B-Q Beef Brisket $14.49
Delicious Sausage Links $3.99
Bar-B-Q Chicken $13.49
1/2 Chicken $6.89
1/4 Chicken $4.29
1/2 Chicken, All White $7.59
1/4 Chicken, All White $5.29
Meaty Pork Spareribs $14.49
Ham $14.49
Turkey $14.49
Fried Chicken
3 Pc. Fried Chicken $5.99
3 Pc. Up To 2 Breasts $6.99
3 Pc. All breasts $7.59
4 Pc. Fried Chicken $7.39
4 Pc Up To Breasts $8.89
4 Pc. All Breasts $9.39
2 Pc. Fried Chicken $4.29
2 Pc. Up To 1 Breast $4.99
2 Pc. All Breasts $5.39
3 Pc. Chicken Breast Tenders $6.59
4 Pc. Chicken Breast Tenders $7.99
2 Pc. Chicken Breast Tenders $4.99
1 Pc. Leg, Thigh or Wing $2.99
1 Pc. Breast $3.49

Fried Chicken Family Orders

10 Pc. Fried Chicken $18.99
15 Pc. Fried Chicken Our choice $27.99
10 Pc. Up To 3Breasts $19.59
15 Pc. Up To 5 Breasts $28.59
All White Meat Up yo 5 breasts $20.59 – $30.19
All Breasts $23.39 – $34.19


Poor Boy Beef, ham, sausage or turkey add 1/2 link $1.69 $4.99
Poor Boy Plus Extra meat plus a side order add 1/2 link $1.69 $6.59
Crispy Chicken Sandwich $3.29
Bar-B-Q Chicken Sandwich $3.99 – $5.69
Select White Meat $4.69 – $6.39
Chopped Bar-B-Q Sandwich $2.59 – $9.59

Combo Meals

Poor Boy, French Fries & Large Tea $7.29
3 Pc. Fried Chicken French fries & large tea $6.89
Regular Plate & Large Tea Select all white meat add $0.70 $8.79
3 Pc. Fried Chicken Tenders French fries & large tea $7.39
Small Chicken Sandwich French fries & large tea. Select all white meat add $0.70 $6.09
Salad De-Lite & Large Tea Select all white bar-b-q chicken add $0.70 $7.29
2 Chopped BBQ Sandwiches French fries & large tea $6.29
Rancher Plate & Large Tea Select all white meat add $0.70 $13.19
Crispy Chicken Sandwich French fries & large tea $6.29
10 Pc. Fried Chicken 5 Jalapenos & bucket of tea $23.99
Small Family Two links of sausage & bucket of tea $27.99

From Our Bakery

Meringue $1.99 – $7.49
Fruit $2.19 – $8.49
Pecan $2.49 – $10.79
Peach Cobbler $1.99 – $4.99
Fudge Brownise $2.29
Dozen Brownies $6.99
Bread Loaf of french or rye $0.99

On The Lite Side

Salad De Lite Choice of turkey, ham, fried chicken, tenders, or Bar-B-Q chicken. Select allwhite Bar-B-Q chicken add $0.70 $6.49
Garden Fresh Salad $4.69
Fruit Salad (Seasonal) $7.99
Vegetable Beef Soup $4.29 – $7.99
Baked Potato $2.99
Baked Potato Combo Choice of garden fresh salad, vegetable beef soup, or fruit salad $6.39
Chicken De Lite Select all white Bar-B-Q chicken add $0.70 $6.39 – $7.89
Soup & Salad $7.69

Side Orders

Pinto Beans $1.99 – $4.99
Potato Salad $1.99 – $4.99
Hash Browns $1.99 – $4.99
Cole Slaw $1.99 – $4.99
Spanish Rice $1.99 – $4.99
Green Beans $1.99 – $4.99
Mashed Potatoes $1.99 – $4.99
French Fries $1.99 – $4.99


Iced Tea (Small) $1.19
Sweet or Unsweetened $1.29 – $4.19

Brand History

The history of Bill Miller Bar-B-Q starts back in 1950 with a $500 loan for a business idea. That year Ila Faye Miller and William T. “Bill” Miller founded an egg and poultry delivery business. In 1953 Bill Miller expanded the business into a fried chicken take-out restaurant. This is the year when Bill Miller Bar-B-Q restaurant was officially founded.

You might also like our articles about the prices you will find on the menus of Sonny’s BBQ, Dickey’s BBQ, or Famous Dave’s.

Over time Bill Miller Bar-B-Q included hamburgers into its menu and eventually transformed into a barbecue restaurant. In February 1963 the second Bill Miller Bar-B-Q restaurant was opened.

At the beginning of the 1950s, Bill Miller Bar-B-Q was one of the first restaurants that offered quality food to go in just five minutes, which was something absolutely new at that time. Also, their business concept of serving fresh pies, breads, and barbecued meats on a daily basis, prepared at a central commissary was new and unique in the industry.

Nowadays the headquarters of the company are in San Antonio, Texas and it has more than 70 restaurants in the United States.

Our review

Bill Miller Bar-B-Q Menu ItemsEven though Bill Miller’s Bar-B-Q business concept is not that common as there are not many barbecue fast-food restaurants, this is more than just something new. Tasty food items are served and people love their breakfast dishes.

Bill Miller Bar-B-Q is specialized in serving mainly barbecue, but the fried barbecue is also a great choice. Their best seller item is the breakfast tacos.

The prices charged by Bill Miller Bar-B-Q are fair and reasonable. For instance, you will have to pay anywhere between $2 and $10 for one of their bakery items. Plan on spending anywhere between $8 and $30 for one of their combo meals, depending on the size of your order. Some of their popular sandwiches include the Bar-B-Q Chicken Sandwich, the Crispy Chicken Sandwich, the Chopped Bar-B-Q Sandwich, and the Poor Boy which cost $5 to $10. The Bar-B-Q Plates cost anywhere between $8 and $18 and include turkey, chicken, ham, sausages, and beef brisket. The fried chicken is priced between $3 and $10, depending on the number of pieces.

The staff here is very friendly and helpful, plus they deliver your order really fast. Though during peak hours the restaurant is very busy and you may have to wait in line for your order.

Bill Miller Bar-B-Q FAQs

At what time does Bill Miller Bar-B-Q open?

Most of the Bill Miller Bar-B-Q restaurants open at 06:00 a.m. every day. However, it depends on the day of the week and the location. So, we recommend you check their official website for this information

At what time does Bill Miller Bar-B-Q close?

In general, Bill Miller Bar-B-Q restaurants close at 09:00 p.m. from Monday through Saturday. But it may vary from one location to another, so you should verify the operating hours of the location you are interested in on their official website.

Is Bill Miller Bar-B-Q a Texas thing?

Bill Miller Bar-B-Q was founded in 1953 in San Antonio, Texas and it become a label of Texan culture.

How many calories do the Bill Miller Bar-B-Q sausages have?

Bill Miller Bar-B-Q sausages contain 480 calories per 136 grams.

How many Bill Miller Bar-B-Q locations are there?

Bill Miller Bar-B-Q has 77 restaurants.

How long has Bill Miller Bar-B-Q been in business?

Bill Miller Bar-B-Q has been in business for almost seventy years. Their first restaurant was founded in 1953, in San Antonio, Texas

Who is the CEO of Bill Miller Bar-B-Q?

Starting in 2016 the CEO of Bill Miller Bar-B-Q is Jim Guy Egbert.

Where are the headquarters of Bill Miller Bar-B-Q?

Bill Miller Bar-B-Q headquarters are in San Antonio, Texas.

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