This place used to called Big Boy. The venue is much the same. I had the BBQ Pork, and it was very good. I recommend this place for all people. It was very good. It is now called The Flying Pig.
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The picture is a good depiction of the dining area. Stick with the pork over the chicken its the freshest consistently. The sides and sauces are tasty. Service is quick.
I love this place they have the best barbecue chicken the best potato salad the best baked beans the food can't be beat the prices are awesome; this is where I go! It doesn't hurt that the people are super friendly and you can order...More
The whole meal was rather 'institutional', lacking flavor and fun. If you're looking for delicious bar-b-q you need to look somewhere else.
After passing the oddly fun, but plain exterior of this restaurant several times, we decided to mosey in. Upon alighting from our car, two good ole southern boys informed my husband (happens to have shoulder length hair) "Hippies enter at the side door." The eclectic...More
Was highly rated by someone which caused us to try. Every thing was handled at the counter, no table service. Personnel are fast and to the point. we tried their world famous bake potatoes. I had the pork and my wife had the chicken. Great...More
Saw the sign on the main road, stopped in. Having a "Rib" day. The restaurant is filled with antiques from the 50's and 60's neat looking around while we waited for our order. We opted to take out, and eat at our hotel. Food was...More
We have eaten here or picked up food several times now and always enjoyed it. The BBQ is great and daily specials including Brisket, Ribs or catfish depending on the day you go are always good as well. Sides limited to Potato Salad, Baked Beans...More
I love ribs, thought I would try this place. First and last time. The ribs were only luke warm, tough, and I didn't think they were cooked all the way through. The cole slaw was decent but nothing to write home about. The baked beans...More