We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The Tripadvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
First, the restaurant is located in a house converted to bar restaurant.
The food was great and fairly priced. The meats are smoked on sight. I had the smoked Turkey sandwich. Never had better and it was a large sandwich. Other things ordered were grilled...More
My husband & I brought another couple. We had the pulled pork platter with baked potato & coleslaw, which we split since their servings are very generous & quite delicious. The wood stove kept it very cozy. And the bread pudding is like that gooey...More
Worth seeking this place out. If you make it to Pierron, you'll find it. I usually get a combo plate because I like to try everything. Very comfortable and family run. I've been there a few times and will be going back.
Revisited the wooden tie to see if it was a good as previous visits. And to my surprise, I think it was better. I've had BBQ in Texas and Kansas City, but this place is better, in my opinion. Everything on the menu is delicious....More
My friend and I stumbled onto this cafe in the tiny town of Pierron while we were cycling. We had already eaten lunch, so we ordered drinks and a serving of incredibly delicious bread pudding. We spent 45 minutes or so chatting with the delightful...More
We stopped at the Wooden Tie Café for lunch on a Sunday. There was no one to greet us or to tell us if we just picked a table or waited for someone to seat us. That was the only negative thing about the Wooden...More
Best BBQ in the Metro East area. This place is located in a small town but brings many travelers far and wide. The restaurant is located inside of an old house so make sure you don't miss it. Would recommend the brisket and bread pudding...More
First time here, I had the Big Bad Pig sandwich with slaw, husband had Big Bad Brisket with potato salad. The BBQ I had was very good but would've liked it better without the bacon and cheese (but that's just me, I'm sure most folks...More