Formerly: Claiming to be "the world's first porkless BBQ house," Honey Q'd offers up enough options to ensure that customers don't even notice a certain other white meat is missing from the menu. BBQ lamb chops, beef (slab, tips and link), turkey and chicken take center stage in this eatery. There aren't any main course options for strict veggies, but those that indulge in seafood will be happy to know the grilled salmon is tasty and filling; it also offers catfish and shrimp, both grilled and fried, for those that want a "lighter" alternative to Honey's meat bonanza.
All menu items are served with fries and the ubiquitous slice of bread, and come covered in your choice of mild or hot sauce. The side dishes, served in healthy portions, include must-haves like potato salad (with that perfect combo of mustard and mayonnaise) and roasted corn on the cob. No menu item is priced at more than $8, unless you're bulking up with a slab of ribs or a whole chicken. The low prices make this a perfect place to stop if you're having people over and don't feel like cooking. Honey is closed on Sundays, but its late-night weekend hours give you plenty of time to get your fill.
Reviewed By: Venita Griffin