Growling stomachs can hamper stealth operations, spoil belly dances, and, in extreme cases, induce dogs to attack. Quiet whimpering tummy tones with today's Groupon: for $7, you get $15 worth of barbecue at the Ohio Hog Company in Fairburn.
The Ohio Hog Company slow cooks meaty morsels over wood-fueled flames, which locks smoky, succulent flavors into every butter-smooth bite. Bedecked with pig paraphernalia, the eatery's cheerful confines set an inviting stage for family meals, squeals of delight, and well-timed Animal Farm monologues. Remove designer welding masks to check out the menu, which serves up a savory slathered selection of chicken, beef, and pork. Talkative diners can sink chattering teeth into the hot, hearty rib tips ($8.50) or the pulled-pork shoulder ($9.50), which come complemented by sides such as baked beans or corn on the cob. Or kick an addiction to handheld fax machines by occupying mitts with the Polish Girl, dressed with pork, coleslaw, and fries ($5.95), or the rib sandwich, which dazzles palates with its saucy crests and troughs ($5.95).
The Ohio Hog Company opens its pork portcullis to the public Wednesdays through Saturdays.
Nintey-four percent of Urbanspooners like Ohio Hog Company:
- The chopped or sliced beef is so D-E-Lish sometimes, I wake up with a craving for the OHC! – Carolyn