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Roseville, MI Lazybones/Dragonmead


Restaurants & Bars

Roseville, MI Lazybones/Dragonmead

au lait | Jun 27, 2010 02:38 PM

The lazybones staff was helpful and patient with customers who ask way too many questions.

The three meat combo,$13.95, is lot of food and comes with a choice of two sides and cornbread.

The ribs were smoky, tender, moist and tasty from long hours on low heat (not that fake fall off the bone short cut” BBQ”ing/precooking used by many restaurants).

The brisket and burnt ends were tasty but dry. To be fair this was the 1st and only visit.

The barman at Dragonmead was equally helpful allowing four different tastes. All of these in house made beers were terrific but beware, 11% alcohol.

Decided on the Russian Imperial Stout, ½ pint $3.25 full pint $5.50 and the Armageddon Grand Cru, ½ pint (only) $6.00. Loved both of these beers. Would again order both without hesitation only anticipation.

No issue at bringing food into Dragonmead.

So, chowing down on Lazybones BBQ while drinking beers at Dragonmead was not an unpleasant task.

Lazybones Smokehouse
27475 Groesbeck Hwy, Roseville, MI 48066

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