“ripe racks of ribs”
I’m not a huge breakfast fan, so I was glad to pass by between my appointments Tuesday to see the restaurant open for lunch at 10 a.m. The pork “samich” with Napolean sauce – which seems to have either a ranch or mayonnaise base – was my top pick in the past, so I went for it again.I also had another (since they’re only 99 cents) with the sweet barbeque sauce. Both versions were delicious and both were quite fulfilling. They are surely the easy option when considering the long list of southern barbecue delicacies on the menu.In addition to my sandwiches, I got some Brunswick stew to go. Not everyone can make a Brunswick stew. I’d say the Hawg-N-Dawgz version is among the best I’ve had. A bowl of the soup was $3.50, which brought my total order to a little over $5.Other options at the restaurant include the typical sausage dawg, pork spare ribs, sliced brisket and homemade chili. Some more unique items include fried mac-n-cheese and “pork n’ dumplins” (a variation of chicken and dumplings).Hawg-N-Dawgz is easily one of my favorite restaurants, and with the additions of some more health-conscious dishes like salads (with optional choices of pork, fried ham, taco, chicken or brisket), I plan to go more often.
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Hawgz & Dawgz BBQ
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