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).
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).
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.
Classic barbecue flavors abound at Randy’s House of Bar-B-Que, where cooks rub pork shoulders and brisket with a special seasoning blend before sending them into the smoker. They also smoke chicken and racks of ribs, adjusting cooking temperatures to unlock the meat's flavors while retaining natural juices. Sides of slaw and baked beans round out meals, which are served picnic-style, while afterward guests can enjoy desserts such as Who Dat's famous gooey butter cake. Visitors can also enjoy a full bar and live music every Wednesday and Sunday afternoon.
The intimate Grove bar and performance venue plays host to a diverse mix of musical stylings, offering everything from up-and-coming hip-hop artists and bluegrass bands to under-the-radar rock, jazz, funk, pop, and reggae. Cover prices vary but are typically in the $5–$20 range. With a capacity that caps at about 300, the small space allows for ease of viewing and close-range undergarment flinging, guaranteeing your knickers will lasso the targeted drumstick every time. Every Wednesday at The Gramophone, the amateurs take to the stage in a weekly cover-free open-mic night; for the rhythmically possessed, the club hosts a bi-weekly DJ-spun dance party, allowing for ease of score-settling dance-offs or move-assisted seductions.
The chefs at Sir's Restaurant take great care of the barbecued meats that populate their menu, marinating beef briskets, pork, and ribs for two days before cooking them in outdoor smokers for no less than six hours. Sir's signature smoked ribs ($11.99), prepared with a 60-year-old family recipe, entice bites of fall-off-the-bone meat, and the St. Louis–style rib-tips dinner ($12.99) plates cuts of trimmed full-pork rib brisket bones tenderized for morsels softer than a verbal jab from a Care Bear. Wield a smoked turkey leg ($6.99) to stave off encroaching hunger pangs, or wrap mitts around a pulled-pork sandwich ($8.99) swaddled with homemade barbecue sauce and served on a buttered bun. Diners can choose from a variety of homemade sides to wingman their meals, including steamed veggies and mac 'n' cheese ($1.50 each).