I am from southern Indiana, and my family used to eat at a Darryl's restaurant in Evansville like, once a week. It closed give or take 10 years ago, and the quality of the service and the food both had declined some time before that.
Nonetheless, I have very fond memories of the giant flat crackers that they served before the meal, and I always loved their barbecue sauce.
Thus, my questions, which I ask because it appears that the only existing Darryl's restaurant is located in Greensboro:
Is this Darryl's actually still open? And if so, is it as good as they used to be back in the day? I'd find an excuse to travel down that way if this one is as tasty as I recall the one in Evansville being. :D
Does anyone know how to make those crackers or something similar?
And does anyone know how to make their barbecue sauce, or something similar to it? I remember it being very thin and watery, and very vinegary. (This was the sauce that they served for dipping the chicken fingers in, anyway.)
I apologize if these questions more appropriately belong in the home cooking forum! And thanks. :D
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