Moe’s is open now in Daphne…

Moe’s is open now in Daphne…

Moe’s Original Bar B Que is proud to announce its grand opening at 6423 Bayfront Park Drive in Daphne, Alabama. Moe’s Original Bar B Que features award-winning Bama-style pulled pork, racks of ribs, and chicken smoked over hard wood served with two unique sauces plus eight to ten traditional Southern sides and tasty desserts. Open daily for lunch and dinner from from 11am-9pm, the restaurant also offers large party takeout orders and full service catering.

 

“In keeping with the charm of the area, we transformed an old historic home with wood floors, big oaks and Spanish moss into a fun and casual neighborhood eatery full of Southern hospitality,” said Moe’s Daphne co-owner Brent Boyd. “As we add live music in the future, we plan for Moe’s Daphne to be the best BBQ and blues joint on the Eastern shore.”

 

Moe’s Original Bar B Que was founded in 2001 in Vail, Colorado by three Alabamians, Mike Fernandez from Tuscaloosa, Ben Gilbert from Athens, and Jeff Kennedy from Huntsville. Moe’s Original BBQ smokes all meat fresh daily as taught by Tuscaloosa legend Moses Day. Today Moe’s has locations in Denver, Eagle and Vail, Colorado, Orange Beach, Vestavia Hills and Birmingham, Alabama. Additionally, the Moe’s group runs a school lunch program in Vail.

 

For more information, interviews, photos, menu or complimentary media meals, please contact Lorrie Dixson of Eskimo Advertising at 404-441-3473 or lorrie@eskimoadvertising.com.

For more information about Moe’s Original Bar B Que, visit http://www.moesoriginalbbq.com.

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2 Responses to “Moe’s is open now in Daphne…”

  1. on 11 Mar 2009 at 1:57 pm Bradley

    Just tried it today and it is on par with the other locations. Damn good. I got the pulled pork sandwich “bama style” which is to say they top with a tangy slaw mixture. My sides were red beans and rice and collards. The red beans had big chunks of sausage, green pepper and celery and the collards had diced sausage mixed in. Not big portions but very flavorful. The sandwich was real good. We’ve reviewed 2 other Moe’s so I didn’t take pics or anything but wanted to give this new location a big thumbs up.

  2. on 29 Mar 2009 at 1:14 pm Dan Therrell

    We’re been running kinda low on BBQ joints on the Eastern Shore since a couple of places closed in 2008…so we were glad to see that Moe’s opened up here.

    Being the BBQholics that we are, my wife and I have eaten at Moe’s in Daphne a number of times since they opened recently.

    Moe’s place is a little bit off the beaten track. It’s a converted house, not much atmosphere, in keeping with most joints and dives that serve up good eats, except there’s some really cool original artwork hanging on the walls for sale.

    No problem get to Moe’s once you know where it is…on Bayfront Park Drive in Daphne. Some locals don’t know where Bayfront Park Drive is!

    Directions: If you exit south off of I10 at the Dpahen-Fairhope exit onto Hwy 98, go 1.6 miles south and turn right at the traffic light at the Scenic 98 Route(also called Main Street) in Daphne. Take your immediate first right on Bayfront Park Drive and follow the delicious smells of BBQ smoke to Moe’s. (Just Google the address and the Google Map is very accurate. )

    Moe’s BBQ is all very good…and in addition to the regulation sides of slaw and beans, there’s awesome home-cooked sides that seem to change each day. Things like jambalaya and squash casserole, like grandma made!

    My wife, Carol, likes the smoked turkey. I prefer the pulled pork. I’ve also had the ribs and chicken. The only shortcoming might be that the BBQ sauce is either to your likin’ or maybe not. It is not as sweet as some of the other traditional sauces. Like I said, some people really like it that way. I would suggest they add a sweet sauce as an alternative.

    Sandwich plates including 2 sides and your beverage is $9, plates including 2 sides and a beverage are $10. I have not seen any lunch specials yet. Seems to be fixed price all day.

    Bottom-line: Whenever you’re traveling I10 between Mobile, AL and Pensacola, FL, it’s well worth the short side-trip to hop off and sample Moe’s ‘cue!

    Lagniappe: There’s also a cool little public beachfront park at the end of this short road if you want to explore after piggin out.

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