The menu offers unchallenging classics: steaks, pork ribs, burgers and even grilled cheese for kids. When these items work — like the 12-ounce reserve New York Strip steak or the wedge salad with house-cured bacon — it's because the ingredients themselves are impeccable. The restaurant offers all-natural, organic meats and local sourced (when possible) products.
A family type environment with 52 televisions for your enjoyment. Open 7 days a week.
The menu intends less to dazzle than to please. Categories include pub food -- complete with house-made pickles, appetizers, main courses, "and more." Includes burgers, grilled cheese sandwiches, and fish and chips. Also, there's a selection of 70 beers, 20 on draft and 50 by the bottle. Whether you’re looking for a more relaxed, booth-style experience for dinner or an upbeat, music-filled time at the bar, at the The Liberty it’s just as easy as picking a side of the restaurant to match your mood. With an exceptional menu listing, a nationally renowned beer selection and a selection of about 30 wines, The Liberty is a local joint with great food and drinks.
When it comes down to it, what you really want while playing a round of cornhole is a cold OMB and a good burger. And Ten has one: the griddled Lucy, a patty of Angus brisket and short ribs. The pork barbecue, smoked onsite, is also a tasty choice.
Tupelo’s menu, a predictable round-up of aging Southern all-stars, is overseen by executive chef Brian Sonoskus, who has been with Tupelo Honey in the Asheville location since 2001. Fried green tomatoes? Check. Fried chicken? Of course. Pimento cheese, catfish, crab cakes, biscuits, sweet potato fries, sweet potato pancakes ... well, you get the picture.
Wysacky is a counter service place and the menu is a roundup of familiar foods: burgers, barbecue, chicken sandwiches, pizza, and fried fish platters. The burgers - local, fresh and affordable - make a trip from the city worthwhile.
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