3.5 based on 112 reviews
We have gone to this restaurant several times. It seems to be a popular place to have a drink. The bar area was very busy and seemed like everyone knew everyone. The food has always been satisfactory. I wouldn't say it was superb, but it wasn't bad either. I haven't found that special dish on the menu yet.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Formerly known as Pop's Place, this restaurant has been renovated and recently reopened as "Pete's on Hwy 25".
We drove past this place for a few years before finally deciding to try it, even though it's only 15 minutes from home. What a pleasant surprise. Nothing fancy, but clean and having some of the best sandwich/basket food along with simple plate meals... cooked and tasting the way a lot of places used to do it. Brings back fond memories, and now we treat ourselves every few weeks to trying something different. Although it's hard to not want to reorder a burger or their flounder...and the onion rings are more than wonderful!
4.5 based on 79 reviews
We visited this Williamston icon with friends who live in the area and were delighted with the atmosphere, the friendly wait staff, and the food. Wonderful ribs, brisket, and barbecue! The coleslaw and fried okra are not to be missed and you have a wide variety of sauces to dish on your entree. Endless refills for you drinks, always with a smile, from the wait staff. Definitely will get a return visit.
4 based on 23 reviews
This is a great family restaurant with that family environment. Whether it's after the game, before church, or just when you get that craving for something simple, The Clock is perfect! FYI: They also have drive thru!
4.5 based on 7 reviews
A renovated mill house café "Where friends get together in Fork Shoals." We serve made-to-order sandwiches, hot dogs, barbeque, home-baked goods, ice creams, Brazilian coffee & international teas, and packaged treats...along with a days-gone-by welcoming spirit.
This is a converted mill house in the little town of Fork Shoals. It is conveniently located on McKelvey (main road thru town) across the street from the old textile mill.sits on the main They have excellent home baked goods and a nice variety of...MoreOh, my, your comments warm our soul - and make us feel we're doing it right. Sincere thanks. Looking forward to seeing you again!
4.5 based on 8 reviews
I’ve had the ribs, bbq, Brunswick stew and the brisket. Everything has been great. Very generous portions. They have 2 sauces and I like them both, but prefer the sweet. Best bargain and taste in the Anderson and surrounding area. By the way, I believe they have 5 trucks that serve as well as the restaurant.
4 based on 11 reviews
Appears to be a family-owned Mexican diner. The service is quick and friendly. The free salsa w/chips can be had hot or mild...the hot was impressive. The menu is quite large for a small place and they do have beer, wine, and margaritas. All in all, I would say it's a decent value for quality/price and the portions have some folks taking home doggy bags. My chimichangas were good, but my wife's fajitas were great.
3.5 based on 19 reviews
I recently ate lunch here while working in the area. The restaurant was clean and the staff was very friendly. The lunch menu contained a good variety to choose from at good prices. The chips and salsa were served very quickly and both were excellent. My lunch combination included a beef burrito, refried beans and rice. Everything was well prepared and tasted good. Our server was very efficient and checked on us often. I was surprised to find this quality of food and service in such a small town. I'd highly recommend this restaurant if you are in the area and are hungry.
4 based on 7 reviews
Just enjoyed lunch today. Chicken pot pie was the special...lots of chicken and gravy...could use a few more veggies.
Mac & Cheese side was definitely home made...nice crust on it...good cheese quality.
Pinto beans side was tasty with pity of juice.
Corn bread could have more flavor of corn.
Came with sweet tea.
All that and I was stuffed and only $5.98.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
I am a BBQ nut and I smoke my own pork at home, and lived in Memphis. I eat BBQ wherever I travel. This little trailer on the side of the road has some of the best ribs I've EVER eaten. (Top 3, along with Corky's and Mutt's)
their mustard sauce is good but their red sauce was a little spicy for my taste, I used a little sweet baby rays from home.
I would suggest to the owner to follow the lead of the best pulled pork at a restaurant in town -Bucky's (mine is even better), and don't pull it till you serve it. Keeps the juices locked in so it doesn't dry out in the heating pan.
Also make a sweeter, milder sauce to choose from.
Watch this guy pull your ribs right out of the smoker.
$11 1/2 rack, $21 full rack , make it a plate (beans and slaw-good ones too, for $2 more, canned sodas for $1 more.
Definitely worth driving to and trying... Googled this place, they may have 2 more locations. I haven't seen them myself.
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