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Down Home Cooking: Southern-Style

Bursting with lip-smacking goodness, Southern Hospitality’s Pulled Pork Sliders make the perfect starters.

Bursting with lip-smacking goodness, Southern Hospitality’s Pulled Pork Sliders make the perfect starters.

When you’re here, you’re home. That’s what Southern Hospitality Southern Kitchen is all about - the tantalizing aromas and flavors of smoked meats and hearty sides, prepared just like your mom used to make, and served in a warm and friendly atmosphere.

t Southern Hospitality, traditional Southern favorites are coupled with comfort foods, accented with a fun, gourmet twist,” says Gary Tedder, Co-Founder and Vice-President, Southern Concepts Restaurant Group.

The Smoked Prime Rib Egg Rolls are a mouthwatering treat - shaved slices of juicy prime rib, cheese and sautéed onions served with au jus and a tangy horseradish cream sauce.

And for comfort with a southern twist, you can’t beat their Maker’s Mark Mac & Cheese, a lip-smacking combination of Andouille sausage, sautéed peppers and onions, aged cheddar cheese and cornbread crumbs, served with Texas toast.

You’ll love their brand new “Ole Hickory” smoker with 72 square feet of smokin’ surface area. Meats such as Kielbasa Links, Sliced Brisket and Memphis-Style Spare Ribs are rubbed with their special house dry rub seasoning and smoked slow and low over cherry and hickory wood.

And don’t forget the Bourbon Room with more than 100 selections of bourbon to choose from. Whether you’re an expert or a novice, a fan of local distilleries or international brands, you’ll feel right at home with their knowledgeable mixologists. 

“It’s more than a bar, it’s an experience, “ says Mitchell Roth, Co-Chairman & CEO of Southern Concepts Restaurant Group. “It’s a place to come together and connect with friends and family over a glass of bourbon, beer, wine, soda or water - it’s your choice really.”

At Southern Hospitality, it’s that sense of community and fun that keeps you coming back.

“We’ve captured elements of the old South and combined them with a hip, urban and high energy feel,” Tedder says.

From the taste of authentic Southern barbeque to the lively sounds of conversation and clinking glasses, Southern Hospitality is truly a feast for the senses.  

Smoked Chicken Wings


2 lbs. Chicken wings

2 Tablespoons Vegetable Oil

½ Tablespoon Liquid Smoke

Dry Rub:

1 Tablespoon Paprika

½ Cup Brown Sugar

2 Teaspoons Kosher Salt

1 Teaspoon Granulated Garlic

1 Teaspoon Chili Powder

½ Teaspoon Celery Seed

½ Teaspoon Cayenne Pepper

1 Teaspoon Dry Mustard


•    Preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.

•    In a mixing bowl toss the wings in vegetable oil and Liquid Smoke.

•    Season the chicken wings with the prepared Dry Rub.

•    Place wings in a single layer on baking sheets.

•    Bake the chicken wings, turning once, until browned, about 45 minutes.

•    Remove the wings from the oven and allow to cool slightly.

•    Pour off all the rendered fat from the pan.

•    Return the wings to the pan and sprinkle with dry rub a second time.

•    Bake for an additional 10 minutes.

•    Turn the wings over and bake 10 minutes longer.

•    Serve immediately.