Check out the seasonal pickle tasting plate including pickled watermelon rind, seasoned heavily with ginger and coriander.
Everything is good
A "Louisiana Mardi Gras Odyssey" will be the theme for this year's Restaurant Week menu. Alligator and andouille sauce, crawfish etouffee, gateaux de roix (king cake) among their great options.
The Gumbo Ya-Ya ($12) is rooted in Cajun Country, outside New Orleans, where roux tends to be darker, edging toward black. A must-try!
If you have a day off for lunch M-F, get the fried chicken meal for the whole table. So much food! Everything is great but the biscuits are meh. House hot chocolate was a wonderful surprise as well.
Great Creole food. Brunch is amazing. No need to purchase an appetizer. You're given complimentary powdered sugar beignets that are FAB-U-LOUS!
This Andersonville restaurant would be worth putting on this list for its fried chicken alone, but Big Jones has so much more going on.
Trust us, you don’t want even a morsel of the Pimiento cheeseburger to go anywhere but in your mouth. http://tmoutchi.us/YmTIHi
Pickled vegetables plate is plenty big enough to share and a nice beginning to a meal with friends...
Visit Andersonville’s Big Jones to find out what chicken and dumplings tasted like in the 1920s: