Have a craving for a little bit of southern BBQ, cornbread or old sytle mac and cheese? Then head to Dixie Bones BBQ in Woodbridge to get your fix.
Opened in Woodbridge in 1996, Dixie Bones is good old fashioned down home southern cooking. Everything you will order at Dixie Bones is made from SCRATCH even the buns for your BBQ sandwich. As soon as you walk in the door you know why the restaurant is a popular destination for the locals. Looking around the orange dining room you find the walls are covered with patches from law enforcement, fire fighters and military squadrons around the country. Friendly staff are quick to greet you and as soon as you sit down you can order a southern staple, sweet tea!
The owners of Dixie Bones originally hailed from Alabama which expains the great collard greens, muddy spuds and hickory smoked BBQ. You can get your BBQ in the form of ribs, pulled pork, beef brisket or chicken breast. Coleslaw on the top or on the side you choose. What makes Dixie Bones different is the choice of 4 homemade sauces that you can pour on top to get just the right mix for your taste. I enjoy a mix of the traditional based tomato sauce and a dash of the vinegar base for just the right mix for my pulled pork.
The only problem with eating at Dixie Bones is remembering to leave room for desert. Homemade pies are always available and trust me you don’t want to skip the chocolate, pecan, coconut cream or lemon chess pie. If you didn’t leave room, don’t worry you can buy a whole pie to take home.
If you really want to chow down head over on Sunday for the all you can eat brunch. Just bring the hand truck and a friend to help roll you out.
So if you are hankering for good southern style cooking don’t overlook Dixie Bones BBQ in Woodbridge.