At The Pottery Grill, the BBQ is slow cooked for up to 16 hours over a hickory fire before it is taken off the pit and the excess fat is trimmed by hand and then chopped. All of the BBQ at The Pottery Grill is cooked the old fashion way -- over a wood fire. Whether you’re hungry for some of their famous chopped pork, one of their marinated chicken breast fillets, smoke link sausage, mouth watering ribs, or just a hot dog, you will find it all delicious.
Hoo’s Q’s new modern rustic feel has no gimmicks, just bare tin and wood walls, tables fashioned from doors, and large-portioned meals. Come by and try a reasonably priced meal in a customer-oriented atmosphere.
Dreamland is still eminently known for bar-b-que ribs. The décor inside the original café is warm and inviting with a big bar, a few tables and booths and a pot-bellied stove.