For class fatty flavoursome ribs a once ever experience of life in south Everything you thought a ribs place called Pig Out would be
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Traveling from Baton Rouge to Monroe, LA on a Sunday. Since Roux 61 was closed, we looked for another place. Looked good and smelled good. Selected a pulled pork sandwich with 2 sides. Was good, have had better, but for $12, was not worth that.
I'm not going to write a lengthy review. Here it is in a nutshell. This is the best BBQ I've ever eaten. It's not overly smoked. It's cooked just right and you'll be hard pressed to keep the meat on the bone. Love the atmosphere...More
If you like BBQ than this spot is a safe bet. The food is great, and you get plenty of it with your order. The staff is friendly and the service is fast. A little pricey, but it serves mostly tourists from what I could...More
We ordered one dinner with two meats and two sides and found it more than adequate. The bbq as smoky and tasty--I've eaten my way through the country on bbq, and this place is one that I would return to--not particularly unique or special bbq,...More
We were in Natchez last week for several days and decided to try the Pig Out Inn. Wow...we weren't disappointed. When you walk in this little, unassuming restaurant...don't be fooled. They know their stuff and the food shows that. I had the ribs, mac &...More
Whenever we visit Natchez, a meal at the Pig Out Inn is a necessity. However, I was disappointed last week with supper. I had the pulled pork plate with black bean salad and slaw. The meat was tender but not very flavorful. The side dishes...More
In Natchez for a month on our way south for the winter and had lunch here. Brisket and pulled pork sandwich were both awesome . The baked beans were good and cole slaw very tasteful. This is a local favorite and with good reason. Not...More
We had the pulled pork plate. The pulled pork was great, The potato salad was very good, the baked beans had a good flavor and a lot of taste.