The changes made by new chef/owner Todd Richards and his partners are a big improvement, as the food in this Southern-style barbecue joint has received a serious upgrade. Since this is the South, the pork dishes better be on point. And they are. Depending on the time of day, even a simple meal can require a long wait. The limited parking makes it difficult to pop in for a bite. With this in mind, the drive-thru is a good option if you're short on time. Winner of Best Barbecue 2009.
Just from looking at the shabby restaurant, you'd never know that the unattractive building houses some of the best seafood fare in the area. For only $5, "The Feast" offers a heaping helping of the menu's highlights, including mouth-watering fried fish, chicken tenders, hush puppies, coleslaw and more. Chow down on one of the platter dinners or the homemade sweet potato pie, and don't forget to sample the Louisiana hot sauce and mustard.