The walls of LeDoux's Restaurant, which are honey-hued with well-loved patches of exposed brick, embody the warm, homey nature of Cajun cuisine. Steam infused with bay leaves, cayenne pepper, and andouille sausage spirals from cauldrons of jambalaya and gumbo. A fireplace pours forth its toasty affections in the bayou-inspired interior, where a fountain whispers softly alongside hanging plants that swing slowly over patrons like Tarzan during rush hour. At the full bar, mugs of Louisianan libations, such as Turbodog, Purple Haze, and Dixie ale, leave cool rings of condensation next to plates of fried frog legs and gator. Sated sighs drift from LeDoux's patio, where crackling torches cast orange accents on the liberal sprinkling of fleurs-de-lis that festoon the building and the staff's uniforms. On select nights, applause rolls over live musical acts and free-range shadow puppets.
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The pit master at World Bar-B-Que works hard slow-cooking Carolina-style pulled pork, Texas brisket, and St. Louis–style pork ribs, imbuing each meat with distinctive barbecue bark and deep, smoky flavors. After the cuts have smoked for 6–15 hours, diners take over with finishing touches, adorning their choice of meats with sauces such as sweet-and-spicy blackberry habanero and classic sides such as potato salad and baked beans. They can also forge everything from smoked and beer-soaked burgers to authentic Cuban sandwiches.
On certain nights, patrons can finish off meaty cuts and showcase their singing chops with open-mic and karaoke sessions. The generous eatery also sets aside one day a week for a "World Invasion"—a chance for local groups, charitable organizations, or extraterrestrial barbecue-reconnaissance parties to take over the restaurant and receive a portion of the evening's sales.
Old school BBQ and homestyle sides. We're a local family owned and run joint with love put into everything, serving you with the same graciousness as if you were a guest in our own backyard, which is how we got started with this in the first place. Yard parties to tent, to Porky Capones.
Montgomery Inn's fare has been tantalizing taste buds since the original restaurant opened in 1951, and at the newest Dublin location, diners can peruse a pair of soul-soothing menus available for lunch and dinner. The barbecued Choice pork-loin back ribs, complemented lovingly with Montgomery Inn's signature barbecue sauce ($19.99 order, $24.99 slab), lay a groundwork for hunger busting as solid as a Great Pyramid constructed from bouillon cubes, while two grilled, extra-thick cut pork chops come with barbecue sauce and accompanied by an entourage of onion straws ($20.99). Patrons can spoil their palates with other house specialties including the saratoga chips, extra-thick potato chips served with barbecue sauce ($5.99), and the combination platter of ribs and chicken ($23.99).