The lunch buffet is great! All you can eat ribs, wings, country vegetables and banana pudding! OK....OK it is a bit high but, did I mention ribs and banana pubbing.
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The restaurant is clean, but décor is not a strong point here. No one seems to care because the food is so good. All kinds of BBQ meats cooked over a wood fire. The buffet at noon has real southern foods....pinto beans, turnip greens, corn,...More
We have not enjoyed the food at Rodgers.....any time we have gone. It is never hot nor fresh on the buffet. Never our first pick to eat out.
The lunch buffet for the 2 of us (drink was water) was $27.00 and some change. For the limited amount and variety of food on the buffet, it was just TOO expensive. We can eat at the Barnyard much cheaper and the amount and variety...More
Its a family practice that when friends come in from out of town that we buy a slab or two or whatever it takes to feed them . We like to take ours home where we can get comfortable and not worry about too many...More
The buffet at lunch is the way to try alot of the different meat. They smoke ribs dry rub, wet rub and yes they fry ribs. They are delicious!!! Lots of sides, mash potatoes, turnip greens, beans, cornbread dresing and more. The dessert may include...More
Meat was not very smoky, and the BBQ sauce was very vinegar tasting. A lot of locals really like this place but it is just not to my taste. Service and ambiance were what you would expect in a BBQ joint
Been eating J Rodgers for decades. Visited with another couple for lunch today. Lunch plate much cheaper than buffet but still all that you can eat. Ribs served BBQ on meat which is the way we prefer. Food and service great. Booths small. They serve...More