From Our Editors
Roadside Inn has been feeding patrons and keeping the highway roadhouse tradition alive since 1936. In the kitchen, cooks whip up classics such as wings, ribs, and pizzas topped with sausage, onions, and heaps of mozzarella cheese. But the main attraction here is the Famous Giant Loin. First, cooks bread and deep fry a belief-beggaring, enormous cut of pork tenderloin. Next, they downright humiliate a flour-dusted bun—which looks goofily small in comparison—by forcing it to try to hold the tenderloin. From there, diners can customize the sandwich by choosing any number of fixins. True to it's name, the Famous Giant Loin has become something of a local celebrity—and one that bloggers and radio hosts love to rave about.
Like any good roadhouse, Roadside Inn keeps the party going with a full bar and a massive dining area that can accommodate large parties. But for folks who want to take the party with them, cooks spin their culinary creations at catered events, including birthdays and graduations.