Speciality Sandwiches

The sandwich is named after English Secretary of State and first Lord of the Admiralty, John Montague, the fourth Earl of Sandwich (1718 to 1792). The Earl ate sandwiches so as not to leave the gaming table for meals. It was said that he spent so much time gambling that he neglected his military duties, and, hence, England lost the colonies of America.


London pubs are famous for these huge, overstuffed sandwiches. One half pound of meat and cheese between thick slices of our homemade bread (buttermilk, white, or honey wheat) Garnished with lettuce and tomato.

Cold Cuts

Smoked Turkey • Corned Beef
Baked Ham • Smoked Brisket of Beef
Pastrami • Smoked Pork

Cheese Selection

Provolone • Swiss • Cheddar
American • Smoked Gouda • Sun Dried Tomato and Basil
Roasted Garlic and Parmesan • Country Bacon

Convert your "Bap" to a "Buttie"
We will grill your sandwich on request.

Rich Boys

New Orleans Style subs served etoufe; that is, smothered with crawfish creole and your choice of cheese
Fried Oyster • Fried Shrimp
Fried Chicken • Fried Catfish
Fried Grouper


Unique combinations of meat and your choice of cheese in a homemade sub roll. Garnished with choice of lettuce, tomato, onion, bell pepper, pickles, black olives, and banana peppers

Po' Boy

Smoked Turkey, Ham, Beef Salami


Ham, Smoked Pork, Genoa


Ham, Salami, Genoa


Pastrami, Smoked Turkey, Salami


Corned Beef, Ham, Genoa


Choice cuts of meat are seasoned and slow smoked "in house" and served pulled, or shredded, warmed in a savory sauce, in our own kaiser roll. Choice of side dish.

Texas Style

Smoked brisket of beef in cattleman's sauce.

Carolina Style

Smoked pork in a tangy mustard sauce.

Jamaican "Jerk" Style

Smoked chicken in a hot and sweet sauce.

We invite you to change sauces or try some of our homemade specialty sauces

Please ask your server about today's selection and details.

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