Based on the menu, this place is targeted to fans of pulled pork and the like. This is a self serve restaurant and easy on your wallet. Seating is limited.
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Food done right! The smell of hickory meets you at the door! The flavor lives up to your expectations. I had the ribs, greens and sweet potato. They have specials for every taste palate, even gluten free dishes. Good sized portions. Casual atmosphere and friendly...More
We all had quesadillas. Two were vegetarian and the other one was a chicken BBQ. They were all very tasty. The only problem was that they got the boxes mixed up. The one that was suppose to be without tomatoes, had tomatoes. No biggie--we just...More
Been to Hickory Kitchen many times for lunch especially. In general, its good food, but certainly not the best barbecue you've had. Mike is a key to the place working smoothly, and without him on the scene, things tend to slip. I also think HK...More
We went to the Hickory Kitchen for lunch on Sunday. We ordered three pulled pork sandwiches and were told to 'hold on' while they checked to see if they had any pulled pork. They did, so we proceeded with our order to find out they...More
Great BBQ, corn bread and specials. The burgers are very good here as well. Friendly staff, quick service, nice window to watch the street. Smaller place with about 8 tables. Breakfast items on weekends. The pancakes were terrific.
Smallish eating area but food was very good. Had chicken quesadilla with avocado and chicken soup that was shredded chicken and chopped up veggies and had a wonderful taste. We were there on a Sunday morning and wasn't crowded yet but imagine it gets filled...More
no frills place and a little cramped, but nice view of town. service is a little slow because they are making it for you nice and fresh. slightly higher priced than i expected but interesting tastes and good meat.