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Mark's Feed Store Bar-B-Q

Hey Neighbors!

This is a really unique review and giveaway!  We recently spent several days in Louisville, KY, and while there my husband, daughter and I had a chance to visit Mark's Feed Store.  Now, before you get the wrong idea, Mark's Feed Store is a restaurant!  BBQ no less!  Yum!


We went to the one in Louisville on Shelbyville Road that actually looks, from the outside at least,  like it might be a feed store.  They actually have a couple more in Louisville and one in Indiana.  This one has a couple of pigs (not live) out front that the children can get their picture taken on.





Before I even get in to what we ordered, I will tell you, my husband LOVES BBQ!  The table had a cute wooden pig along with a roll of paper towels, for cleaning your hands and then three different sauces!  Their sauces are Hot, Original and Red.  We arrived a little early for the dinner crowd so when we first sat down it was pretty quiet.  Before we left though, they were quite busy.


Drooling yet?


My daughter ordered their children's Chicken Fingers ($3.49), with green beans.  My husband order their World's Largest Bar-B-Q Sandwich ($12.29).  It is one lb. of pork on a bun served with one side.  He decided on french fries.  I must tell you, this is the largest sandwich I have ever seen.  The pork was literally falling out of it! It takes two hands to pick it up.  I think it might be easier to eat with a fork and knife. I ordered the #3 combo dinner ($16.59), that included Baby Back Ribs, Bar-B-Q pork and chicken breast.  I chose a salad and french fries for my sides.  My food was served in a metal baking pan.  My daughter ended up with the fries!  I will say here, they do not serve regular ranch dressing, they add Bar-B-Q sauce to their ranch!

The ribs were delicious!



Two hands!

Our waiter was fantastic!  He stopped by when needed, but didn't bother you.  I tried to get a picture of the back of his shirt.  It says;"This little pig went to Mark's!"  We were very pleased by the meal.  The ribs were great.  My husband tried all three of their sauces. I used the Red Sauce.   Also as an added benefit on Tuesdays, kids eat free!  Limit 2 per adult meal purchased.

Meat was falling out of his sandwich!




This was a meal well worth traveling a little out of the way for!  Now, one neighbor will receive a $25 Gift Certificate to Mark's Feed Store.  If you, or someone you know will be in the Louisville area be sure to enter.  It would make a great gift!


Baking pan for a dish!

Be sure to "Like" the Mark's Feed Store Facebook page and then hop over and follow them on Twitter!

This little piggy went to Mark's!


Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this post.  I did receive a $25 GC to Mark's Feed Store.  All quotes in red are from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.


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Comments

Heather! said…
My husband is probably the biggest BBQ fan in our family. :)

Thanks!
h4schaffer at gmail dot com
Hope said…
I love BBQ, but almost all of our family really likes it!
Coolestmommy said…
My husband is the BBQ King!!!

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