Food Menu Availability depends on seasonality and quality


Simple, Flavorful, Shareable

Smoked Wings – $7.25

Dry rubbed wings with house made buttermilk ranch.

Sausage Sampler – $8.50

Sampler of chorizo and kielbasa sausage with house made pimento cheese.


Available by the sandwich, the plate, or in bulk

 Beef Brisket

Sammy (w/ 1 Side) $11.85
Plate (w/ 2 Side) $18.95
By the Pound $25.25

Smoked Chicken

Sammy (w/ 1 Side) $7.50
Plate (w/ 2 Side) $12.85
Whole Chicken $14.75

Baby Back Ribs

Plate (w/ 2 Side) $15.85
By the Rack $21.25

Pork Butt

Sammy (w/ 1 Side) $7.50
Plate (w/ 2 Side) $12.85
By the Pound $14.75

Spare Ribs

Sammy (w/ 1 Side) $8.50
Plate (w/ 2 Side) $14.00
By the Rack $20.00


Fresh southern inspired side dishes

Mac-n-Beer Cheese – $2.75

Not just any Mac, this Mac is made from scratch with milk, cream and three cheeses with a splash of beer for a unique flavor once finished. Served with a sprinkling of our childhood favorite Goldfish crackers.

Collard Greens – $2.75

The original southern health food! High in nutrients and low in calories, we slow cook our freshly chopped greens with ham hocks, bacon, onion and a sprinkling of southern goodness to produce this true southern comfort dish.

Zucchini & Tomatoes – $2.75

Inspired in part by Italy, this side dish includes freshly sliced zucchini, Roma tomatoes, sweet onions, garlic, olive oil and fresh basil.

Ranch Beans – $2.75

When the cattle drives of the west were in full swing, the cook would keep a pot of beans on the fire at all times, constantly adding ingredients to make a hearty stew for the cow hands at the end of the day. Our rendition combines pinto beans with chunky bits of tomato, pepper, onions, jalapenos, bacon and smoked brisket. They’re so good, you’ll forget about baked beans.

Cheese Grits – $2.75

Kentucky grown and milled non-GMO corn from the 150+ year old Weisenberger Mill, located on the South Elk Horn Creek in Midway, simmered with butter, cream and milk, finished with freshly grated sharp cheddar cheese.

Potato Salad – $2.75

Idaho potatoes boiled until fork tender mixed with a dressing of Duke’s mayonnaise and French’s mustard, spiked with aromatic vegetables, relish and a splash of cane sugar.

Cole Slaw – $2.75

Cole Slaw with a Rusted Silo twist, chopped cabbage and carrots with fresh squeezed lime juice, locally sourced honey, cilantro and scallions.


Homemade, just like Granny used to make

Bourbon Pecan Pie – $3.25

Without a doubt the best pecan pie ever assembled. Locally produced Wick’s pie shells baked with a rich filling of Jim Beam bourbon toasted pecans, vanilla, butter and sweet Karo syrup make for a sticky sweet slice of heaven with just a hint of Kentucky bourbon.

Mama Junes Nanner Puddin – $3.25

Made from scratch just like, well, Mama June makes. Milk, butter, flour and vanilla start this journey to decadence to create the pudding, which is layered between Nilla Wafers and freshly sliced bananas, topped with a toasted meringue.

Peach Cobbler – $3.25

A southern comfort meal would not be complete without a scoop of cobbler. Often found in the south with a filling of blackberry, blueberry or peach, we just love our Georgia version with sweet peaches and a touch of cinnamon sugar for that perfect post meal sweet tooth satisfier.

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