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Barbecue: In need of some comfort? Turns out it's closer than you'd think, a state of mind and indulgence that lies upriver from New Orleans at a place called the Truck Farm Tavern. Not too far from the airport, this St. Rose eatery is the latest from Brack May, the downhome chef/owner of the glorious Cowbell at the bendiest part of Riverbend. His menu includes small plates such as farmer's market vegetable and local goat cheese tart with overnight tomato jam, grilled house made sausage with red mustard and German potato salad, and oyster pan roast with smoky cracklin' "toast." A rotating Southern Pride pit barbecue, big enough to fit two 110 pound hogs, smokes meat low and slow for dishes like the cochon de lait po-boy with brie and hot peppers and a thick cut pork chop served with creamy sweet pea grits, charred corn relish and plenty of red eye gravy.

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Local Expert Beth D'Addono Says:

Barbecue: "Every Wednesday and Saturday there's savory brisket served with potato salad, green beans and white bread."

Best for Barbecue Because: Chef Brack dishes authentic pit goodness in St. Rose just up river from the airport.

Dinner Menu

Cold Appetizers
Hot Appetizers
Fish And Shellfish Entrees
Pasta Entrees
Duck & Chicken
Side Dishes

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