We stopped for dinner and found a very casual place to eat. They have their own smokers out back so you know it's not a big chain place to eat. I thought the pulled pork sandwich was bland but my wife loved it with the...More
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My husband and I went on Sunday around 1:00 on Labor Day weekend. We waited about 5-10 minutes on a table. We both had the pulled pork with garlic toast and some sides plus onion rings. All were really good. We prefer tangy/mustard BBQ sauce...More
Carolina Smokehouse is a very interesting place. The chopped pork was pretty good, but the side dishes were basically average. The pinto beans were fine, the Texas toast was not really even toasted much. The locals stared at us because we were from out of...More
We had dinner here - ribs and chopped pork plate. Both were excellent along with sides of BBQ beans and slaw. Not sure what the folks who wrote negative reviews were thinking....food and service was super. Homemade slaw....sweet sauce and pintos & cornbread were great...More
I really like barbeque. I understand it's different in different places (even different counties of the same state). Regardless, I still like barbeque. The barbeque at the Carolina Smokehouse was really different. I ordered a chopped barbeque pork sandwich. For me, the meat was too...More
My family has enjoyed this place for 20+ years, and my adult children still go there for the ribs. The collection of license plates from all over the country is entertaining for kids especially.
There are not many restaurants in this area and the only one we could think of was Wendy's. As we approached one of the people in the care said, "Look, a barbeque joint." We stopped short, made a very sharp turn and parked. The first...More