Razzleberries anchors one corner of Historic Jackson Square. When we approached it I wasn't quite sure what kind of place it was. Seems it is a homemade ice cream parlor, restaurant, and deli offering luncheon meats and some ethnic foods. It is decorated with pigs of all sorts, styles, and sizes. We ordered the pulled pork sandwich which came with a few strands of cole slaw on top and fries. The meat on the sandwich was generous but there was not enough cole slaw on it for my taste. For dessert we had delicious homemade butter pecan ice cream. We were there on a Thursday and luncheon hours ended at 3:00. Dinner begins at 5:00. Staffers were friendly.
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