- Cuisines: Barbecue
NileGuide Expert tip:
Love the house sauce? Take a bottle home for five bucks.
- The secret behind the success of this Creole-style barbecue restaurant is in the sauce: zesty, yet not overwhelming in flavor, the homemade sauce has been in the family for generations and it continues to thrill the taste buds of barbecue-lovers who flock to Town Talk for some of the best brisket and ribs in town. Barbecue meats here are slow-cooked over a traditional mesquite grill and basted with the aforementioned secret barbecue sauce. Expect robust, smoky, mesquite-infused meats, lavishly doused in the lively house sauce. Try one of the specialty sandwiches, such as The Papu, or one of the popular BBQ entrees. Alternative entrees include chicken fingers, catfish, codfish, hamburgers and cheeseburgers, chicken salad, and a variety of meat sandwiches. And if you want to try replicating the Town Talk experience at home, bottles of the house barbecue sauce are available for sale.
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