Off The Menu.

Welcome To Long Pig Barbecue! We’re that little place off the beaten path, way up here where we look out for each other. That’s why we say the hills have eyes.

We stick to the old ways and treat all our customers like they’re one of us because there’s a little of you in all of us. It’s why we’re known as a place where people keep coming back up.

Come on in, sit down, and let us take care of you. At Long Pig Barbecue our motto is by the people, for the people, of the people.

And when it’s time for you to foot the bill don’t forget to tip your waiter or they might give you the finger.

Appetizers

All Ears

Crisp, crunchy, deep-fried goodness, a big plate of these treats is sure to satisfy the whole table.

Butter Fingers

We’re not stingy with the butter and these are slow-cooked so the meat falls right off the bone.

Entrees

Baby Back Ribs

Fresh and tender, but ask your server about the rack size. You might want to order a double.

All Hands

Popular with the kids! Served fried or grilled, and either way they’re finger-lickin’ good.

Well-armed

Baked to a nice crisp and also served in a special novelty dish to tickle your funny bone.

Tongue-tied

You won’t know what to say when this mouth-watering platter is placed in front of you.

Cold Shoulder

Great during the summer months you won’t be able to turn away from this dish.

Cold Feet

Another summer specialty that’s sure to keep you on your toes.

Bleeding Heart

Served up hot and rare and swimming in its own juices people get choked up over this dish.

Combo Meals (2-4 People)

Double Header

Two heads are better than one, and this big platter is bound to please all palates.

Foot in Mouth

One of our signature dishes for couples, people can’t stop talking about it.

Feast For The Eyes

When we say the eyes have it we mean you’ll love this specialty platter that you have to see to believe.

Arm and a Leg (Market price)

A great combo meal for those dining jointly.

Desserts-Sure to satisfy your sweet tooth.

Humble Pie

Spotted Dick

 

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10 Comments

  1. Arionis

    So wrong, yet so appetizing. I’ll pass on the spotted dick though. Trying to watch my weight.
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    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      I understand passing on the spotted dick. Try the ladyfingers!

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  2. Allison

    I’ll paws between courses.

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    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      One way or another there’s always another course coming up.

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  3. Ann Koplow

    I went off into YouTube to find this, Chris. If you want to sing along, put your heart into it.


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    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      When I think about how many times a college friend woke me up singing songs from Sweeney Todd, including this one, I’m surprised I didn’t think of it, but thank you for giving me the chance to dip into my own brain.

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  4. mydangblog

    You missed the Tater Tots:-) You’re definitely the punmaster!
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    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      Ah, Tater Tots would have been such a great inclusion! Thank you so much for that, ahem, modest proposal.

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  5. Kristine Laco

    I have All Ears followed by the Well-armed. For dessert the spotted dick because it is a small course.
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    1. Christopher Waldrop (Post author)

      Good for you not passing on the spotted dick.

      Reply

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