Saw’s three brick-and-mortar spots has a somewhat different name and a slightly tweaked menu to match (with rotating specials to boot). No matter which location you choose, don’t skip out on dessert: The banana and bread puddings are some of the richest and tastiest in the city. Featured menus for each location throughout metro. For more information, click here
With locations in 5 Points South, and throughout metro, Jim ‘N Nick’s started cooking pork “low and slow” in 1985 when Nick, along with his dad Jim, reclaimed an old pizza parlor on Clairmont Avenue in Birmingham, AL where they opened the first Jim ‘N Nick’s Bar-B-Q. Today, with 34 restaurants in 7 states, Jim ‘N Nick’s Bar-B-Q has become a Southern institution.
Local owners are taught the recipes and techniques, which they then pass on to the cooks and pitmasters in each location.
Johnny Ray's was first opened in 1953, the name has stood for excellence in food, quality and service. Johnny Ray's has served up tasty hickory-smoked Barbecue pork, chicken and beef paired with classic Southern comfort food. Everyone thinks his or her mother is the best cook in the world, so that's why we say, "Next to home, it's Johnny Ray's"
The first Johnny Ray’s was opened in 1953 in the Roebuck Shopping Center. This was the “Original” Johnny Ray’s up until 1985 when Johnny Ray moved the family owned business to Valley Avenue in Birmingham. Today there are 2 Johnny Ray’s locations including Chelsea and Colonnade.