About this Business
- Barbecue, Burgers, American, Contemporary, Grill
Need to have item that's on the menu.
Carpet is in bad need of replacing..if anything remove it...Bare concrete with large rugs will work. Anything looks better than large spill spots and dirty carpet! You are doing well but jerk that carpet up!! Food was superb but a little pricey considering the place still needs updating. You are on the right track...listen to your customers...the carpet made it "feel" dirty in there even though it was a clean place, hope this makes sense.
if you are looking for a nice little place for an quiet get away, probably not. If you are looking for ambiance, probably not.(really needs some sprucing up). BUT, if you want friendly staff and a great burger and fries and beer selection....absolutely.
Horrible food. The ribs were so dry an the bbq on my potato tasted like atore bought in a bucket. Just not good food at all. Never would recommend this place and I would not push them.
From Our Editors
True to the name Backyard Grille, a bulk of the work chefs Teddy Miller and Tommy Barnhart do is in the backyard. It's where they smoke all their meat, from bone-in certified Angus rib eyes to the pulled pork that smothers loaded baked potatoes. Inside their microwave-free kitchen, Teddy and Tommy prepare all their sauces and dressings from scratch, as well as the housemade biscuits that dominate their breakfast menu.
Backyard Grille is likewise divided between outdoor and indoor attractions for its diners. Outside, patrons can lounge beneath lighted umbrella tables, recline on a porch swing, or groove on the backyard dance floor. Full of flat-screen TVs broadcasting the latest games, the sports-themed indoor dining room switches gears during intimate candle-lit dinners. On Friday and Saturday, live music later in the evenings swaps dinnertime romance for rocking until 2 a.m.