It's a controversial topic, barbecue. Pork vs. beef, wet vs. dry, tangy, tomato, vinegar or sweet -- 'cue styles are complex and region-specific. Who does it best is always touchy and highly subjectiv...view moree. Luckily, Nashville's got a nice mix of it all. However you like it, know that at these joints, it's gonna be smokey and it's gonna be good. view less
"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...
Walking in to Martin's, one would think it's just a small-town eatery for the local crowd. However, that's not the case! We chose to sit at the bar with our sweet tea (which was delicious!), and there were people around us from over an hour away. This was mine and my husband's first time to eat there, as we were...
Some really great BBQ properly cooked "low and slow". The ribs are great and so is the staff. Always stop in when I'm in the Nashville area.
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.
The menu at this popular bbq joint offers soups & salads, burgers, wings, sandwiches, their notorious redneck tacos, bar-b-que plates, homemade sides, ribs, and kid's meals.
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