Ono Hawaiian BBQ brings the island to the mainland with tender meats soaked in made-from-scratch marinades. Chefs hand roll chicken katsu in panko bread crumbs to give it a fresh, crispy texture, and assemble generous portions of crispy shrimp, island whitefish, and barbecue chicken in the seafood mix.
At Bottley's BBQ, guests tuck in to block-party style feasts of paper plates piled high with succulent barbecue chicken and ribs, sided with traditional garnishes of potato salad, cornbread, and peach cobbler. For an extra kick, patrons can flavor their slow-cooked pig and poultry with Bottley's housemade extra-spicy barbecue sauce.
Not all good places to eat have a dining room. Not all of them have a building. Love Café Seafood and Barbeque proves this! Displaced from Louisiana by Katrina, the owner of this wonderful catering service serves up delicious Louisiana classics like full holiday dinners prepared with traditional, spicy Louisianan techniques. You don’t have to buy a dinner for 6 to enjoy these delicacies from the South— ‘Mother Love’ serves up great New Orleans favorites like the Southern favorite ‘Po-Boy’ as well as popular seafood platters (some are under $10!). She’s also got delicious fried chicken, juicy burgers and when you don’t feel like cooking, she’s got very affordable family dinner table meals! For lighter eaters, Love Café Seafood and Barbeque also has salads, and a great selection of drinks. If you’re in the mood for traditional Louisiana cooking, give Mother Love a try!