Palm Coast, Florida
BBQ Location

99 Flagler Plaza Dr.
Palm Coast, FL 32137

Sun. – Thu. – 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Fri. – Sat. – 11:00 am – 10:00 pm

Phone:(386) 439-5010

Fax: (386) 439-5090



We are happy to provide the following:

 Full Bar


See Dine-In Menu.

Delivery Prices May Vary.
Delivery Hours: 11 a.m. until 8:00 p.m.


Palm Coast


Perfection takes time. The secret… patience. At Woody’s BBQ in Palm Coast, Florida, we take the art of BBQ quite seriously. That’s why every day for nearly four decades, we’ve been slow-cooking our BBQ for hours on end to deliver that signature fall-off-the-bone tenderness and melt-in-your-mouth smoky flavor to every patron, every time. Rather than cut corners, we regularly slice into perfectly prepared slabs of ribs, beef brisket, BBQ chicken, grilled prime rib, smoked pork and more, all featuring our iconic smoke ring with just the right amount of crispy charred bark.

The “Woody” in Woody’s Bar-B-Q is co-founder Woody Mills who – along with his partner, Yolanda Mills-Mawman – took a dog-eared collection of his mother’s recipes that grew from one BBQ restaurant in Palm Coast, Florida to a thriving network of locations throughout the Sunshine State and beyond – each with its own special hometown atmosphere. We invite you to pull up a chair and enjoy our BBQ service founded in Southern Hospitality paired with a menu showcasing comfort food recipes that have stood the test of time in Palm Coast, Florida.


Nestled on Florida’s Northeast Coast between St. Augustine and Daytona Beach, Palm Coast is a family-friendly destination featuring picturesque beaches, parks, museums, and world-class golf courses.

Families of all ages will enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of Palm Coast’s parks and beaches, where visitors can enjoy the water, fish, hike the trails, paddle, and look for dolphins in the distance. Even four-legged family members can join in the fun — Bay Drive Park, Jungle Hut Park, and MalaCompra Park are all among the area’s pet-friendly beach parks. The city’s location on the Intracoastal Waterway and 70 miles of saltwater and freshwater canals make it an anglers’ paradise, and pier, surf, or shore fishing can yield a variety of desirable species, including snapper, snook, red drum, and flounder.

Among Palm Coast’s can’t-miss parks and attractions are Washington Oaks Gardens State Park, which has lush formal gardens as well as hiking and biking trails, and the Florida Agricultural Museum, where visitors can ride horses, take guided tours of the grounds, see historic buildings, go for wagon rides, and see farm animals up close. Families will also enjoy finding the colorful sea turtle sculptures placed throughout the area along the Flagler County Cultural Council Turtle Trail, which combines public art with a scavenger hunt-style adventure.

Golfers of all skill levels will find plenty of places to tee off, from the municipal course at Palm Harbor Golf Club to some of the top golf courses in the state, including the Jack Nicklaus-designed Ocean Course at Hammock Beach Resort & Spa and Pine Lakes Golf Club.