After Struggling Through the Pandemic, BBQ Unlimited Owners Hope Their Luck Will Change at Willow Grove Park

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Image via Jessica Griffin, The Philadelphia Inquirer. BBQ image via Facebook.
Sean and Nikeah Green at the BBQ Unlimited location in Old City.

After struggling through the pandemic, Sean and Nikeah Green are hoping a fresh start at Willow Grove Park will help their once-popular business, BBQ Unlimited, thrive again, writes Michael Klein for The Philadelphia Inquirer.

The pair created BBQ Unlimited in 2015, and soon they were living their dream. Their business took off amazingly as “catering jobs lined up like crazy,” said Sean. But once the pandemic hit, catering jobs dried up.

After a series of pivots, the pair set up two months ago in the mall food court at Willow Grove Park.

The price for sticking with their business is not small. Strapped for cash, the pair and their three children were recently evicted from their home.

“It’s tough, but I have a strong faith in God, so I try not to let it get me down because you can’t cry over spilled milk,” said Nikeah Green.

At Willow Grove Park, their eatery attracts a stream of customers. Many are instantly drawn to their delicious offerings, including a mouthwatering plate of ribs, giving the owners hope for the future.

Read more about BBQ Unlimited in The Philadelphia Inquirer.

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