Find out what Barbecue restaurants to try in Gallatin. Gallatin is a city in and the county seat of Sumner County, Tennessee. The population was 30,678 at the 2010 census and 32,307 in 2013. Named for U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Albert Gallatin, the city was established on the Cumberland River and made the county seat of Sumner County in 1802. It is located about 30.6 miles northeast of the state capital of Nashville, Tennessee.
Things to do in Gallatin
3 based on 17 reviews
We stopped in about 7:30 this week, one half hour before closing time. My daughter got the standard pork plate and I got the Thursday special baked potato with barbeque. I think the BBQ meat is ok here and probably would have been good if it had been remotely warm. My potato tasted like it was baked the previous Thursday, and it had no temperature at all. The cornbread was cold, my daughters mac & cheese was runny and bland (and cold). I got the lemonade and it tasted like a lousy mix of some sort. To top it all off, while we were eating one of the workers came out and mopped the floor, presumably so they could leave as soon as closing time came. I would have had more satisfaction to have run my $20 bill through a paper shredder.
Weâre a family-run Nashville tradition. We opened our first store on Antioch Pike on March 1, 1978. After 40 years of serving this town and surrounding areas, we know that we do hickory smoked barbecue right! We hope youâll come taste for yourself.
Stopped at this location on the way home to pick up meal for family dinner. Upon entering the restaurant we were greeted by a very friendly employee. Our order was taken and we were served quickly.Parking lot, indoor seating area neat and clean.NOTE: A bit disappointed with the quantity of food for the pricing. The quality of the food was average (meaning good but not remarkable or exceptional).Dr. Marc PS 63:7
4 based on 21 reviews
Although I live in Kentucky, I'm through Gallatin fairly often related to my profession. Whenever I'm in "gracious and growing Gallatin" I stop by Buffalo P's for the brisket. I eat barbecue very often, and although I could recommend many places that have good pork, very few (well, none that I know of) have brisket as good as Buffalo P's. I highly recommend it.
4 based on 28 reviews
Food was very good and the atmosphere was amazing! When we visited they had just reopened after a total remodel and had a band there! Music was very goodDefinitely recommend people try it out
4 based on 316 reviews
Home style country cooking, but as others have cautioned, cash only. I had fried catfish and it was excellent. My wife had their pulled pork and found it succulent and very rich, along with hoe cakes. Our local friends said the place is always busy and typically there is wait. It was worth the 15 minute wait. Pork centric menu. We barely got there at the right time because they were going to be closed for a week the next day.Top Hog has a smoker on site and proudly makes delicious pulled pork. Donât ask for beef ribs or other BBQ items because they only serve pulled pork. Atmosphere is basic and prices are very reasonable. Donât be surprised if you have to wait for a table because this place is one of a kind and when open is always busy.
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