Choose from Four Options
- $15 for $30 worth of barbecue
- $29 for $60 worth of barbecue
- See the menu
$22 for Sunday brunch for two ($34 value)
- Served buffet-style
- Includes assorted breads and pastries, artisan cheese, a carving station, and omelet station, and additional rotating entrees served tableside
$49 for a BBQ Box to Go ($80 value)
- Serves 6 to 8 people
- Includes ribs, chicken, pulled pork, two sides, and cornbread
Blind Boar BBQ
There is cooking, and then there is barbecuing. At Blind Boar BBQ, the chefs show their passion by seasoning meats with their signature rub and slowly smoking the spice-dusted cuts above a fire stoked with fragrant hickory and cherry woods. Platefuls of sliced brisket, pulled chicken, and ribs arrive at tables glazed with a house-made sauce of your choice, with one version even featuring a hint of Dr. Pepper. That same attention to detail is applied to the rest of the menu's southern comfort foods, too, such as the fried green tomatoes and the sides of cornbread, coleslaw, and mashed potatoes with gravy.
The dining room also shares the casual, down-home spirit of the restaurant's menu. Shadowboxes filled with everything from black-and-white photographs to golf clubs adorn the walls, and a ledge circling the dining area brims with scavenged goods, such as worn tires, stoneware jugs, and hay bales. The stout wooden tables and exposed ceiling beams complement the space's rustic charm, making it easy to relax while enjoying a cold beer from the draft list, which includes perennial favorites as well as domestic and imported craft microbrews.