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May 10, 20125.0
My Aunt introduced me to this place in march 2012 and I’m glad that she did. The pork tenderloin is huge, big enough for 3 buns and has a spicy breading to boot. The slaw is incredible and is more than a couple spoons full. The chicken is SUPER. I can’t wait to go back for some BBQ, I had a bite of my moms, it was great. This reminds me of places I went to with my parents growing up in the 60’s, no chain food here. So if you want to show the kids what we’re talking about when we say the good ol’ days, take them to Hobo’s. Every one says Hi or at least nods hello. If you want to go some place trying to impress the other patrons and you don’t know how to get along with other people or you just don’t like having fun, go some place else. Other wise go to Hobo’s.
The Tenderloin is big enough for three buns and is not all breading. And the breading also has a spicy kick to it that makes it stand out from other places that serve a big tenderloin. If you like home made slaw, I rank Hobo’s some of the best I’ve ever had. If your not into the tenderloin order some chicken or BBQ, you won’t be disappointed.
September 8, 20105.0
The services is great, the food is just as good. Everything there is worth it!!! Best fried chicken period!!!
Best Fried chicken. Even better than Hodacks. Its juicy but not greesy. The baked Pototoe cassroll, hands down the best thing ever.
December 6, 20111.0
The food is average bar fair. Nothing to write home about. The service is average as well. If you don’t plan on becoming a regular, good luck with being treated as a paying custimer. Typical Redneck Tavern. St. Peters may have grown from a farm town, but Hobo’s is still a small town joint.
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