Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Dining critic candidate No. 3

"Famous Dave's"
This is superb bar-b-que! The menu has a wide variety to choose from and all were excellently prepared with just the right amount of sauce so not to be over powering. The "sweet and sassy" salmon is the best in town. It is grilled just until it is cooked through but not dry. It is succulent with the juices, spice and sauce making your mouth water before each delicious bite. The pulled pork sandwich is very tasty, not the usual bland fare and you can add your choice of several different levels of spicy bar-b-que sauces that grace each table. Another excellent choice of entree is the tender spare ribs that you eat too much of because they are so good and we can't forget the bar-b-qued chicken that is very good and cooked to perfection. The sides that are very good are the Wilbur beans with chunks of pork, cole slaw with pineapple and a hint of horseradish. The green beans were cold and didn't have much favor but the mashed potatoes were fairly good as was the potato salad. The corn muffin which is included on every plate is sweet and yummy. There isn't much on the menu for vegetarians so you will have to ask for special attention but the staff is excellent at helping in any way they can. One problem was with drinks: the flavored lemonade is very good but does not have free refills which our waitress forgot to mention when she suggested it and at $3 a glass it is not a good bargain. For dessert any of them are ok, nothing to rave about but you probably won't have room for dessert any way. This is the place in town for wonderful bar-b-que!

3 Comments:

Anonymous Submission Reviewer said...

No location, hours or pricing information given. Good food detail.

8:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree no pricing, location or hours provided. Additionally, the grammer - ugh!

8:44 AM  
Blogger Warren Epstein said...

FYI. "submission reviewer" is not associated with the Gazette.

10:50 AM  

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