Marietta’s new BBQ corner set to shake adult food scene
June 26, 2015 - bbq set
By Gap Creek Gourmet’s Nichole Livengood, Contributing Columnist,
MARIETTA, S.C. – At initial glance, Daniel’s Briar Patch competence demeanour like only another Southern barbeque joint, though to a food lovers who live in or pass by northern Greenville County, this competence only be a place that’s going to change a foodscape of Marietta.
Partners Daniel Dobbs and Jared Edge non-stop a doors about 8 weeks ago, though their BBQ recipe has been slow-cooking for years. The dual had arrange of a “black marketplace barbecue” thing going on for a while, holding catering orders and afterwards pushing around and offered smoked beef out of a behind of their car.
That was a start of DoBBieQ, though that wasn’t a commencement of their culinary experience.
Dobbs landed a pursuit with Greenville’s Table 301 organisation right out of culinary school. As their corporate chef, he baked for celebrities like Cheech Marin, Gabrielle Reece, and Kevin Costner. He changed on to a kitchen during Great Bay Oyster House in Greer and finally landed during Cliffs during Keowee Vineyards. Edge has many recently worked during Greenville favorites Independent Public Alehouse and Universal Joint.
And it’s this culinary credentials that creates me consider this restaurant might be a one to give a tiny city a culinary boost it needs. The northern finish of Greenville County is longing genuine food, and these boys are gearing adult to offer it by a plateful.
They are solemnly tipping a bucket with items like Shrimp and Grits, Catfish Tacos, and a “The Edge” Cuban Sandwich, while gripping it genuine to a internal taste with residence boiled pig rinds, boiled chicken, and daily meat-and-three specials.
Even a each day equipment are a small bit of extraordinary. The mac-n-cheese got my attention, and Dobbs spends a lot of time on his blemish done vinegar, mustard and scotch molasses BBQ sauces. we pulled a small pig out of my Cuban to representation all three. On Saturday they throw ribs on a smoker, and on Sundays they lay out a smorgasboard widespread for a church crowd. You can also stop in daily for breakfast.
Although not high-end organic fare, Dobbs sources a good bit of his food from Beechwood Farm, only around a corner, and he’s removing beef from Vaughn Meat Packing and Gusto in Greer. This is down home muck with a lurch of qualification brew-pub fare.
Dobbs has his sights set on being that anchor grill that Marietta desperately needs, and my fingers crossed that this will be a initial of many some-more “real food” options to come for northern Greenville County.
Daniel’s Briar Patch and DoBBieQ Catering are located during 2800 Geer Hwy. in Marietta. For catering gigs, tailgating and 4th of Jul cruise fare, call (864) 610-2572. A behind room is accessible for private parties, and there are horseshoe pits in box we wish to take your celebration outside.