Tiny quaint old house under two grand old oaks. Smell the smoked meat and you know you've found the right place. Look for the chalk board announcing if they have homemade banana puddin that night! Everything is better than you will expect! Treat yourself
Posted: 10/13/2009 • Link to this review
Cafe Pig is our favorite BBQ joint - anywhere! Tender smoky ribs that are NOT smothered in thick sauce. You can enjoy the flavor of the meat. The same is true for their pulled pork. The sauce is NC style, nice and vinegar-ie with a hint of sweet. If you're not in the mood for barbeque, their vegetables are very good too - generous portions cooked just right. The brunswick stew is the best I've had since Old Hickory House closed down -thick with chunks of meat and you can still see the veggies. Cafe Pig is located in a small house back off the road. It's fun to eat at the picnic tables out front in warm weather. Go try it - you won't be disappointed!
Posted: 9/01/2008 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review
I always look for those things. Not to obsess, but upset tummies are no fun. We should all shun anyone who can't keep their score in the 90s. It's an amazing group that can run such a clean establishment in a little old house. Testiment to good management. No one else in town has an excuse with Cafe Pig around. Great food. Love the addition of the home cooked veggies. Staff is always friendly. Service is fast. Food is great. Sweet Tea is awesome! Priced as BBQ should be.
Posted: 6/22/2008 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review