Piggys Bar Bq
327 S Main St, O Fallon, MO 63366
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02/25/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I had heard so much about how wonderful this place was. So I decided to go eat lunch there. Thinking it would be busy I arrived right at 11:00 am when they opened. There was only one person there, I ordered the Sample Platter 2 bones, pork and chicken, potato salad and corn on the cob. Well it was soo bad! The ribs were dry and over done, could not tell the difference between the pork and chicken, both were gray with little to no taste but dripping with some kind of broth. The potato salad was as tasteless as the meat, the corn was watery and over done also. I think I was served leftover food from the day before. For $12.00 I guess I expected too much. From now on I will be going to Bandanas!
04/05/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Without question the best barbq I've ever eaten. Very friendly people, Every Friday they do a full slab of ribs for $14.99. I can't buy them myself and cook them that cheap. They dry rub everything and the sauce is on the side. Be sure to try the pulled pork. There is none like it on the planet.
03/27/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Piggy?s BarBQ located at 327 S. Main in O?Fallon, MO was recently voted by patrons to be the BEST BARBQ IN NORTHEAST MISSOURI for the SECOND STRAIGHT YEAR according to the Rural Missouri Magazine?s ?Best of Rural Missouri? April 2009 edition
Piggy?s BarBQ is owned by husband and wife Gary and Anita Hellyer, and Mike Killian who manages the restaurant and performs the duties of Pitmaster. Piggy?s opened it?s doors on December 1, 2005 at the corner of Main and Pitman in North O?Fallon.
Piggy?s prepares it?s Pork, Beef, and Chicken slowed cooked using only Missouri Hickory as the heat source in it?s outdoor pit 7 days a week. Piggy?s also offers it?s own recipe rub and sauce for sale in the restaurant and online.
Northeast Missouri is defined by the magazine as the 22 counties with the southern border of Gasconade, Franklin, and Jefferson Counties, a Northern border of Schuyler, Scotland and Clark Counties, an Western Border of Montgomery, Audrain, Randolph, Macon, and Adair Counties, and East to the Mississippi River.