Four Summer Barbecue Theme Ideas

barbecue themeWe are moving towards the end of the summer. Nevertheless, now is a better time than ever for a backyard barbecue. Break out your barbecue grill and explore these summer barbecue theme ideas. Make the most of outdoor living during this time of year.

1. All American Barbecue

Even though we’re past the 4th of July, American pride never goes out of style. Adorn your property with red, white, and blue decorations. Scatter miniature American flags over the lawn and bunting over the deck railings. For the grub, serve American-style foods, such as hamburgers, hotdogs, chicken wings, and apple pie.

2. Beach Barbecue

You don’t have to live near the coast to have a beach barbecue. Decorate the table with little seashells and starfish. You can also fill a clear vase with sand for use as a table centerpiece. If kids are in attendance, create a sandpit play area complete with plastic buckets and shovels. For food, serve grilled seafood and tropical fruits such as pineapple and papaya.

3. Southern Style Barbecue

Bring the southern charm to the Pacific Northwest. Southern-style food is slow-cooked and heavily marinated. Include foods like baked beans, pulled pork sandwiches, fried chicken, and coleslaw. For decorations, use red and white picnic cloths and woven baskets. Use a tin bucket for storing ice and cold beverages.

4. Sports Themed Barbecue

Consider a sports theme if you’re inviting friends over to watch a high-profile sports game. Incorporate foods you would find at a tailgate party, such as hot dogs, buffalo wings, chips and dip, and canned soda. You can also bring out a ball for a friendly game of pitch and catch.

Summer Barbecue Themes Commemorate Good Times

Contact All Points Heating before the end of summer. We carry a range of summer-relevant equipment, such as air conditioning units and grillers. Summer barbecue themes make social gatherings more interesting for all in attendance.

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