The pulled pork, brisket, and chicken are smoked for hours over hickory, but it'll only take a second -- and a taste -- to realize why people flock to JD's for Southern-style barbecue. Cozy up to homemade cornbread and fall-off-the-bone ribs:
• $15 for $30 to spend on food and drink for dinner
• $10 for $20 to spend on food and drink for lunch
• Menu is packed with homemade soups and desserts, too
"Finally have a good BBQ restaurant in the Southtowns! The brisket is out of this world." - Facebook Reviewer
Where Do We Begin?
Start with the complimentary cornbread that graces every table -- we're talking a Tennessee recipe that has been perfected by co-owner Dinah Grimaldi -- before dipping into appetizers like fried green tomatoes. When it comes to the main course, the smoked meats are a must-try -- think brisket that's caramelized with barbecue sauce after spending 14 hours in the two-ton smoker, half a chicken charbroiled over lava rocks, and prime rib that's slow-smoked to perfection. If you can, try to make room for the homemade pecan pie, too.
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