Bryon’s at 110. N. Poindexter – Somewhere In Time

Bryon’s at 110. N. Poindexter – Somewhere In Time

Good things should never be forgotten.  The food, preparation, and spirit emulate the local Hot Dog stand of the 1950’s…but improved.  Stacey and Bryon Hickman are both local born and reared.  Northeastern North Carolina BBQ is minced with coleslaw on…and so it is at Bryon’s.  Then what in the world is the  Nixon’s BBQ doing on a hot dog bun?  Because this is a hot dog stand first, and then some.  Orange, lemon, and lime are squeezed fresh to remind us of the local soda  fountain .  There is an assortment of novelty  candies and other drinks that correctly complement the Hot Dog and BBQ.  The grilled hot dog on the steamed bun is made distinctive by the 11 ingredients found in the chili preparation.  Some may want to add an old school twist with pig’s feet or a Kosher or Sour Dill pickle on the side.  While the Hickman’s have captured the rural charm of the past, they create a spiritual atmosphere of reverence and courtesy.  
The radio plays contemporary Christian music at an easy to digest volume.  Bring the kids.  With  Fall and Winter approaching, we can anticipate homemade soups and chicken potpie.  Even now you can munch the homemade desserts and wash it down with a cup of Maxwell House coffee, or hot chocolate.  Don’t forget; on the way out you can take a jar of Chapanoke honey  home.  Honey will not spoil.  Enjoy time downtown Elizabeth City and experience Somewhere In Time  at Bryon’s from  10:30 – 5, M-Th  and 10:30 – 3 every Friday.  Call 339-2493.  

No Reservations Needed.

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Bryon’s at 110. N. Poindexter – Somewhere In Time Bryon’s at 110. N. Poindexter – Somewhere In Time Reviewed by kensunm on 6:59:00 PM Rating: 5

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