So, we are driving around, exploring the area, and discussing where to grab a bite. We turn into a shopping center on a hill, and spotted Mickey Pigg's BBQ. They had just opened, and regulars (from the local tags) were already seated and eating. We were welcomed and sat in a booth by a window. We don't eat BBQ too often anymore (but it smelled heavenly!) so this review is for other items on the menu. This is a restaurant that is full of Southern comfort and hospitality. Our server was busy yet friendly, and all service came with a smile. Appetizer was fried clams. spouse enjoyed them and nearly cleaned the plate. We ordered for lunch catfish sandwiches, side items included baked beans, cole slaw, green beans and fries. Everything was tasty. The catfish might have been frozen, but was breaded nicely and cooked just right. The cole slaw was chopped, and brought back memories of school cafeterias, in a good, nostalgic way. Green beans were fresh, I could have eaten another helping. Fries were thick and not overdone. The sandwich bread was delicious, but we removed it so we could concentrate on the catfish. We finished up with coffee. We did not order dessert, but I drooled at the counter because they looked fantastic. This was a great little find, and we would gladly return to try out some BBQ chicken and other menu items. There was much to choose from the extensive menu. We wanted and ate a light lunch there, but could easily have stuffed ourselves silly. Enjoyed the homey decor, and felt right at home. Would highly recommend this restaurant!
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