After stopping at Furniture Liquidators in Forsyth (a great place to find furniture – they buy out hotels that are being renovated and resell those pieces at reasonable prices), we saw the sign for This Little Piggy Bar B Q. They were about to open as we drove by, so after a fruitless visit to Furniture Liquidators, we drove back. I thought I would run in, grab a sandwich to go and start this trip off right. Jo waited in the car while I ran inside. Not eating lunch “in” turned out to be a good choice for a couple of reasons:
- They were a Pepsi shop;
- It was, technically, early for lunch and I had another stop planned; and
- It would not have passed my bride’s “baseline” for places in which we eat “in”.
I ordered a sandwich from the very unhappy man behind the counter and looked around for sauce options. There was only one. Rarely is this the best of signs. Getting in the car, I opened the bag to find this medium-warm mess of a sandwich.
For a sandwich that was served so “wet”, it was incredibly dry. I ate about a third and I was done. The sauce was vinegary and nothing special.
When I looked them up to write this, apparently few go for the barbecue. Most every Yelp review raved about either the pork chop or the fried catfish. Now I know. Maybe one day, I’ll give one of those a try – I wouldn’t go back for the barbecue.