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).
Shamrocks is the "Classic" neighborhood pub. We have the best pub food in Lexington and a huge beer & drink selection. The O'round is a must. Everyone is family and laid back. We always have a great cross section of Lexington from families to college students, from lawyers and professionals to painters and plumbers.
J. Gumbo's menu transports southern flavors upriver, pleasantly scorching palates with po boys, wraps, and hearty bowls of spicy Cajun fusions. Unleash a contingent of Scoville units on anxious tongues with voodoo chicken, which treats poultry to a warm Cajun tomato-sauce bath and a sprinkling of crushed red pepper ($6.13). Traditional creole-style jambalaya marries sausage and chicken with other gluten-free ingredients ($5.66), and a bumblebee stew ($5.66) that features spicy butter sauce and a medley of veggies warms up diners who have been practicing the tango with a snowman. The chicken red-hot po boy douses shredded meat in tangy buffalo sauce and serves a savory knockout punch in open-faced or wrapped form ($6.37). Kick off feasts with southern-inspired appetizers such as crawfish cheese dip ($5.66) and Nola nachos ($5.66).
When it comes to tasting the flavors of the South, there isn’t a more appropriate spot than one that features the welcoming, easy slope of a barn's roof. In addition to authentic digs, Tony's Barn offers slow-smoked barbecue and refreshing sweet tea, all enjoyed at casual wooden tables. Dig into smoked St. Louis style ribs or breaded and fried catfish before sampling barn brownies or sawdust pies—an amalgam of chocolate chips, coconut, walnut, and sliced bananas.
Thanks to a menu that's packed with slow cooked, flavor-laden fare, Big R's is a meaty mecca for fans of barbecued fare. The restaurant's pork butts and briskets are hickory smoked for at least 12 hours, delivering a savory succulence without liquid smoke or MSG.