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"It's worth the drive" to this "always-crowded" Nolensville joint for "nicely smoked" pork "right from the pit" – and despite counter service and "not much" decor.
Martin's Bar-B-Que Joint Restaurant Review: The measure of a good barbecue place is in the straight-up, un-sauced product, and Martin’s excels on this count. The pulled pork is tender and juicy with just the right amount of smoke flavor. The ribs are first-rate, as is the turkey. You can also dig into offbeat entrées such as the Redneck Tacos, open-face sandwiches of pulled pork piled onto...
This was a great place to accidentally find for lunch. The Brunswick stew and cornbread hoecake was excellent. My wife liked her catfish plate as well. The service was very fast and friendly. We'll go back the next time we pass through Nolensville.
We ate there on a Tuesday night and they ran out of BBQ. They only make enough for each day so it's always fresh. But on this day they ran out. So I tried their hamburger and I was amazed at how good it was.
The owner and chef at this Nolensville Road restaurant has a signature dish called West Tennessee Whole Hog. The red and white checked table cloths give the place a family dining vibe and the outdoor exposed brick eating are adds a little sophistication.
Folks here's the deal, this is TRUE Southern BBQ! We're talking abut the way the good Lord meant it to be. We cook it very low and slow every single night. To us that ain't just the right way, it is the only way.
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