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Pig 'N Steak --Near Shenandoah Park


Restaurants & Bars Washington DC & Baltimore

Pig 'N Steak --Near Shenandoah Park

Marissa | | May 26, 2009 02:01 PM

To show how clueless I am, I'm not sure if Madison, VA is "Mid-Atlantic" or South, but for us DC types driving to the Shenandoah Park/Skyline Drive, Pig N' Steak in Madison, VA, is worth the approx. 30 min detour south of Rte 211. (Check hours, they close at 7:30 pm on Sunday). Hubbie (while northern born, spent a couple of formative years in Nashville) declared his ribs the best ever. His whole rack was huge, smoky, meaty, fell off the bone, and lean (though in no way diet food). I was the only one to get the pulled pork (which other on-line reviewers seem to think is "the" item to order), which, matched to the excellent tangy and not too sweet cole slaw ,was excellent. There are three barbeque sauces m and ketchupy hot) and we liked mixing and matching them. Unlike the other on-line reviewers, I was not a fan of the Mac & Cheese -- which was essentially Kraft style -- but I could go on for pages about the baked beans. They were indeed the best ever -- so complex, you could use wine descriptions -- slightly sweet with an edge of fruit, etc. Didn't have room for desert. We ate in the back non-smoking rooms, which reminded me of an old-fashioned tea room. The front, smoking room is more biker-bar.

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