Old Glory: A Taste of the South

Every once in a while, I get in the mood for some good ol' Southern cooking. My friend Jimmy is from the South, and he decided to take us all to Old Glory ($$) in Georgetown for his birthday. This restaurant embodies the South with its massive portions, unlimited Sweet Tea refills, and eight different types of Barbeque sauce.

Baked Potato stuffed with Pulled Pork, Cheese, Sour Cream, and the Works

I ordered the Pulled Pork Sandwich with a side of corn and Cole Slaw. Pulled Pork is my weakness. I was a vegetarian for several years until at a BBQ the host cooked Pulled Pork, and since then I've been a red meat fanatic. This sandwich lived up to my standards! I poured their sweet Georgia BBQ sauce all over it as well as my side of Cole Slaw (because really, what good pulled pork sandwich is without Cole Slaw?). I took bites of everyone's dishes, and everything was tasty. My friends ordered the ribs, pineapple glazed chicken, and pulled BBQ chicken. Everything came with sides of mashed potatoes, mac and cheese, or collared greens. I do have to say that I was not a huge fan of the rub on the ribs, but besides that Old Glory will be my new stop- that is when I am incredibly hungry and prepared for portions that could feed an army.

Pulled Pork Sandwich with a side of Cole Slaw and a side of Corn


  1. I like their BBQ, they give you large portions. Also, thanks for the write up on Siroc, I'm headed there tonight!

  2. Oooh, my mouth is watering. And the cole slaw on the pulled port - you would make Jeffrey proud!

    Great reviews!!!