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May 19, 20085.0
The Pink Pig is a wonderful yet atypical BBQ experience. In place of the stock rustic wooden interior you expect to find like in so many other BBQ restaurants in the South, one is instead greeted by warm pink walls with cherubic pigs happily fluttering above just beneath the ceiling. The standard county music is also replaced with everything from reggae to old soul music to Sinatra. And instead of sweet tea… just kidding! Of course they have sweet tea!!!
The food is delicious and well priced with four delectable BBQ sauces to choose from. They have Traditional Gullah, Honey Mustard, and Sweet Vermont, and Low country Fire which is my favorite mixed in with the Sweet Vermont. Their Brunswick stew will rock your taste buds…
As a family owned establishment for over 10 years, patrons are cordially greeted by the familiar and friendly staff whose souls have not been sucked dry like so many unfortunate corporate employees.
Overall, this charming BBQ restaurant is well worth the trip over the Savannah River!
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Completely delicious! I couldn’t restrain myself to leave any for the doggy bag much to my shame and their credit. The meal was awesome!
March 17, 20091.0
Tried this over priced place. I had the BBQ sandwich with Fries, was both cold…as well as the atmosphere.
These people are not friendly. I basically paid for misery.
The meat had grissel in it, the fries were cheap,cold and few served on a styrofoam plate with plastic. Woopie! If you want a crap meal for 8. bucks try it. I figure the owners must have written the other reviews. The decor is a hoot…for that it is worth seeing. Tacky is a understatement. It is the color of pepto bismol, exactly what you need after you eat here.
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