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Best Barbecue BOA Award Winner

Year » 2005
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
Picked By » Critics
The folks at SWALLOW AT THE HOLLOW may not be purists, but that’s the reason we crave their ’cue. The chopped pork, scrumptious without any adornment, can be dressed up with three vastly different regional sauces (the South Carolina mustard gets slathered most thickly on our pig). Themore...
The folks at SWALLOW AT THE HOLLOW may not be purists, but that’s the reason we crave their ’cue. The chopped pork, scrumptious without any adornment, can be dressed up with three vastly different regional sauces (the South Carolina mustard gets slathered most thickly on our pig). The mac-n-cheese has a gutsy crust, and the Brunswick stew hums with porcine goodness. Vegetarians, you even reading this? Swallow has one of finest sandwiches in the state for you: smoked portabella with gouda and fried green tomatoes. It might even make the carnivores covetous. less...

Best Barbecue BOA Award Winner

Year » 2005
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
Picked By » Readers
Fat Matt’s Rib Shack

Best Barbecue BOA Award Winner

Year » 2000
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
Picked By » Critics
The Swallow at the Hollow
A plank-walled barbecue stand with up-to-date bells and healthy-living whistles, the joint venture of Bill Greenwood and Paul and Doreen Doster is long on hefty portions and clever updates of country classics, and short on cutesy pretense. From pit-cooked portabello mushrooms and traditionally flavoredmore...
A plank-walled barbecue stand with up-to-date bells and healthy-living whistles, the joint venture of Bill Greenwood and Paul and Doreen Doster is long on hefty portions and clever updates of country classics, and short on cutesy pretense. From pit-cooked portabello mushrooms and traditionally flavored baby back ribs to fine mac-and-cheese and coleslaw, and with homemade bread and house-made pickles to boot, the cuisine has wide, if definitely Southern-style, appeal. less...

Best Barbecue BOA Award Winner

Year » 2000
Type of Award » Oral Pleasures
Picked By » Readers
If'n you sincerely crave blues alongside surprisingly good (if heavy) Southern food, this music hall's for you. Big, wet, salty, heavily sauced ribs are served with rum-baked beans, sweet slaw and a very decent beer selection. Spicy pork 'cue sandwiches are good, too, thank you, and some folks springmore...
If'n you sincerely crave blues alongside surprisingly good (if heavy) Southern food, this music hall's for you. Big, wet, salty, heavily sauced ribs are served with rum-baked beans, sweet slaw and a very decent beer selection. Spicy pork 'cue sandwiches are good, too, thank you, and some folks spring for the barbecue chicken, when available. Seating and service are basic honky-tonk — grease-soaked tables, booths ditto, and carry your own tray and tea. Yee-ha. less...
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