Finger-licking good is the only way to describe the food served at the Waterloo Club! The family-owned restaurant has been serving customers the most delicious barbecue food in the state since for well over 23 years. Epic portions, friendly staff, and a down-home ambiance is what has people lined up out the door waiting for a table. The service does not stop there; they also offer full catering service and have recently started delivering. The Waterloo Club is open Wednesday-Sunday for lunch and dinner and closed Monday and Tuesday. Since diners can't seem to get enough of their award-winning barbecue sauce, it is now available for sale by the bottle or case.
Soul food is what the South does best, so what do you do if you’re a long way from home and want something delicious from your hometown? Stopping by S and B Restaurant for soul food done right. A family fun restaurant, S and B will curb your cravings with a memorable homemade meal. Choose from everything from fried chicken and meatloaf to mac and cheese and cornbread - you'll find all your favorites at S and B. So sit down, get comfy as you'll feel right at home with the friendly staff and mouthwatering bites.
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.
Set against a roadhouse motif, Royce Farms BBQ is home to a charbroiled culinary team that serves up an extensive menu of succulent barbecue dishes. Stretch tight stomachstrings with an appetizer, such as the slow-smoked, barbecue riblettes ($7.95). Then, sink your ivory biters into a delectable entree, such as the hot barbecue tri-tip cut, served on a grilled Genova roll ($9.99), or a one-pound, beef-sirloin Bodacious burger ($9.49). Any entree can be paired with a cold beer or calming glass of the eatery’s various house wines—many of which are gathered from local vineyards and grape fights.