Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Improper Pig opens: New 'cue at Cotswold

The Improper Pig is open now for dinner at Cotswold: A barbecue concept from Stomp, Chomp & Roll, a restaurant group that’s been involved with the Pizza Peel & Tap Room and local franchises Flying Biscuit Café and Moe’s Southwest Grill. That’s collectively. Hugh and Mary Bigham were also part of Harper’s, son Will Bigham began at Mimosa Grill, and Bob Reid started with Sister’s Chicken and Biscuits in Columbia.

Here, they’re doing ‘cue, in what they’re calling a “portal to the barbecue explorer’s world.” That means it’s got St. Louis-style ribs in addition to the pulled pork and chicken and brisket, plus Southern egg rolls (sweet potato hash mixed with collards, with spicy mustard), Korean barbecue salmon, a “no pig” portobello sandwich and sauces whose names include: Eastern BBQ, Mary B’s BBQ, Korean-style, Tong’s Thai, Teriyaki, General’s, Buffalo, Inferno, Jeff’s Mustard and Chile Manzano Hoisin. Entrees about $9.50-$24, sandwiches $6.50-$12. 110 S. Sharon Amity Road; 704-714-7878; (website was still under construction at deadline).


plasterer bristol said...

this sounds delicious and something different to try. thanks for posting this up.