With more than 85 years of expert roasting, Wolf’s pleases patrons with its extensive menu of barbecued meats, sandwiches, salads, sides, and desserts. Delectably stain fingertips, bibs, and dinner-appropriate cummerbunds with Wolf’s selection of sauce-laden dinners featuring pork pit, beef brisket, spare ribs, and simmered chicken ($9.99–$16.99), as well as sandwiched portions of the aforementioned meatstuffs ($6.25–$7.49). Meals can be accompanied by a variety of plate-flattering sides such as creamy or sweet-and-sour coleslaw, mac 'n' cheese, green beans, and a tasty trifecta of potato salad ($2.29–$24.99). Punctuate forkfuls of catfish filet ($8.99) and mid-meal astronomy lectures with saccharine bites of pie, from pecan to chocolate cream ($3.29–$11.99).
It has long been a family dream to open a barbeque restaurant. Many days and nights have been spent perfecting the products we so proudly serve you today. The Bar-B-Q Barn is a dream-come-true for our family, and since it is our passion, we spend countless hours over the fire to bring you the best barbeque we can make.
American Pit Bosses thwarts morning and midday hunger with plates of barbecue smothered in homemade sauce and hearty, homestyle breakfasts. During lunch from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., cooks concoct a tangy barbecue sauce from scratch and brush it over the half-pound of ribs ($7.95), half-pound of barbecue pork ($7.95), and quarter-pound of chicken ($5.75), creating savory Rorschach tests on customers' napkins. The barbecued-pork sandwich ($3.95) comes with pickle, onion, and choice of one side, such as the chicken potato salad. From 7 a.m. to 11 a.m., culinary craftsmen mount a surge against early-morning hunger with a bounty of homemade breakfasts, such as the two-egg special accompanied by hash browns, choice of toast or biscuit, and jelly ($4.25). Diners can also grab a guilt-free light and healthy breakfast featuring two pieces of turkey bacon, two eggs, a bowl of fruit, and an artist's rendering of a stomach giving you a thumbs up ($4.99).
An assortment of savories straight from FireFresh's grill tempts patrons of all occupations to become flame-fighting foodies. Classic pulled-pork, marinated-pork, pulled-chicken, and brisket sandwiches come in three portion sizes, the "rookie" just right for wee ones or wee appetites ($3.49), the "regular" ration appropriate for medium folk ($4.69), and the Big Bruce serving for people with voracious appetites ($6.79). All four options can also be ordered as plates for an additional $2, which gets you one side. To try a variety of FireFresh favorites, opt for a 3 Alarm Sampler ($8.99), serving up one 'Bama rib, pulled pork, and pulled chicken doused in homemade barbeque sauce, or break out your heat-safe grabbers on a 5 Alarm Sampler ($11.99). Before you leave, feed the already-burning calories in your belly a side of seasoned fries, mac and cheese, country slaw, or cinnamon apples ($1.49 each).
An inexhaustible source of slow-cooked, smoky ribs, the Bootleg Bar-B-Q pit masters have supplied area carnivores with excellent meat since 1991. Bootleg's co-owners work alongside their mutton-juggling employees to deliver well-slathered meatstuffs dressed in savory sauces to starving mouths of all sizes. When running their buds over the menu, tongues trill at the feel of robust half-slab dinners ($12.49) and pulled-pork and beef-brisket sandwiches ($4.99). A Courier-Journal review advises sandwich aficionados to order their first selection without sauce, then sample every Bootleg sauce until the ideal accompaniment reveals itself. Bootleg recommends customers send meat-seeking missives ahead of their arrival, as many sublimely smoked dishes take time to prepare, such as the wings, which require three hours' notice to exchange their aerodynamacy for hot and sticky flavor. A slew of enticing sides, available in individual, pint, or gallon sizes, fill remaining gut space with homespun fixings made from scratch, including country coleslaw, mac 'n' cheese, and down home tater salad.
With a menu of appetizing dishes, Texican’s satisfies stomachs with its tongue-tantalizing Texas-style slow-smoked meats and sauces, served as condiments at the table. Whether hunkering down for an in-house experience or ordering chow on the go, the friendly barbecue buffs make it easy to fill up on feasts such as the hearty hickory-smoked beef brisket, either in a bold, savory sandwich ($4.99) or part of a meal with your choice of two sassy sidekicks such as skillet-fried taters and slaw ($6.99). More adventurous diners can duel with a posse of four fiery wings ($4.99–$6.99) as taste buds take part in an old-West-style shootout on the mouth’s main street. A serving of cherry-wood-smoked pork spare ribs ($4.99–$6.99) vies to steal eaters' attention from its succulent cousin, the 18-hour smoked pulled-pork sandwich ($3.99–$5.99), flanked by a bevy of personal-size spectators including mac ’n' cheese or cinnamon apples. Also served in pints ($3.25) and quarts ($5.99), the sides can feed a family or an entire army of little green men.