First Try: Little Everett’s BBQ
A friend highly suggested the new Elm Avenue joint back in December, but I didn’t get a chance to go until recently. I officiated a wrestling match at Delone Catholic and knew I could refuel right down the street at Little Everett’s BBQ.
Even though I chose carryout for my meal, I really liked the inside of the restaurant. They have a small amount of room in the front where you order and a larger dining area in the back. I didn’t really know what to expect when I arrived.
I went for the Little Boy pulled pork sandwich with fries. The quarter-pound sandwich goes for $6 on its own with fries selling for $3. I may have gotten some sort of combo for a better price, but I forget.
What i do remember is how much I liked my meal. The sandwich held a generous amount of meat, and I cannot recommend the fries enough. I couldn’t eat all of them, and my wife and daughter concurred with my positive reviews of the fries.
I have also heard solid recommendations for many of the other items on the menu, and figure that the catering service provides the same quality experience. I already have designs on going back to try the wings and baby back ribs (probably not at the same time, but you never know).
Just because Little Everett’s might sit a little out of some people’s usual driving routine (it’s between Delone and Magic Elm Skateland), don’t miss out on the chance to give them a try.