Satchel's BBQ Brings the Meat

. January 3, 2016.

Need some real down home southern food to warm your belly this winter?  Gumbo from Satchel’s BBQ is just what the doctor ordered. Owner Hugh Morgan, an Alabama-native who’s on a mission to bring down-south comfort food to Washtenaw County, offers pulled pork, chicken, and brisket (the fan favorite), all smoked over hickory on site. In addition to homemade, family-style dishes, Satchel’s does a brisk catering business, with food that travels well and is perfect for gatherings and parties. During the winter months, make sure not to miss the traditional southern gumbo and their version of a Brunswick Stew, made with pork, chicken, okra, and corn in a hearty broth.  In a hurry? Try the quick carry-out menu in addition to the full, sit down experience. Opened on Valentine’s Day 2011, Satchel’s is planning a five-year anniversary bash. 

11:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Satchel’s BBQ, 3035 Washtenaw Ave. 
734-971-5100 | satchelsbbq.com

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