They got the best pork sandwich in town and good ol pies and the salds is good too walk up to the window or dine in
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Some things just don't say the same and the "Brown Pig" is no exception. We drove through Marshall on a return trip from Illinois and could not wait to eat again at the Brown Pig. But we were disappointed in the texture of the meat and the change from coleslaw to lettuce. The staff was excellent and friendly and we... More
This food is so wonderful that many who have moved away return to request food to take back home to faraway places so others can experience it.
Neely's has been a Marshall mainstay for decades and I've been coming here since I was a child. It is extremely casual and relatively small - a hometown spot packed with locals and regulars. This review, like many here, may be a little biased based on the nostalgia that comes with it, but the brown pig sandwich is perfect in... More
They know when I come there is for one reason my favorite Extra Hot and I mean extra extra hot brown pig sandwich with a pound to take home to eat again later that night. I like eating it because I lost my weight over those great tasting brown pigs.
I had fasting labs at my doctor's office up the street. So I hadn't eaten breakfast and I was on the prowl for something quick. I knew Neely's was right there, and started fantasizing about getting a brown pig. Argh! I was only 10:30 am. As I approached it, I saw the open sign and rejoiced! They open at 10... More
My mother introduced me and my brother to the little brown sand which at Neely's. She ate there as a child over 50 years ago and introduced it to her children. Great pies too! Simple, friendly.
Locals take you here. It is a dive sandwich spot famous for its brown pig sandwich -- shredded pork, secret sauce, in a hamburger bun. It's was fine, but there's better BBQ in Texas. Incredibly friendly service. Only open for lunch.
No ribs, ever. Known for the Brown Pig Sandwich (smoked roast), meat was flavorful but dry. Brisket same. Sides mediocre also. Slaw fresh house made, but bland. Beans from a can and bacon added. Potato salad best I've had from a supplier with sour cream! Chili side Wolf Brand?!?! Service excellent! Bbq sauce? Watered down! But probably great before that...
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