Today the blog is about Woody's Bar-B-Q located in Sebastian, Florida. The address is 13600 US 1 - #18. This restaurant is located not too far from the Disney Vero Beach Resort and one of the places we usually go when we are in Vero Beach. The reason is that there really isn't much choice for barbecue in Orlando. So when we are out of town we will usually try one. We have been to this Woody's probably 10 times.
On this occasion we were with family so I didn't get a lot of photos as we were celebrating my brother's birthday and I didn't want to take time away from his evening to get photos. So I only have a few.
When you enter Woody's you will see their specials board at the hostess stand.
And if you look to your left you'll see their dessert case. It's usually got the standard pies, cheesecakes and banana pudding. We've probably eaten some of each of these over the years. They are homemade type pies. I make a mean banana pudding so anything is going to pale in comparison. And I'm not a fan of cream filled pies for the most part. But hubby does like these a lot. So you'll have to try them yourself to see what you think. Everyone else raves about them.
Now on to the menu.
The inside of the menu has Starters, Greens, Mains, and Handhelds.
From this menu we chose to share the Woody's Family Feast. We usually get the feast for 2.
It includes, Bar-B-Q pork, Chicken, spare ribs, beans, cole slaw, french fries, corn on the cob and garlic toast. There are no substitutions, but I'm not sure what would be on the menu that's not included in this plate. It was plenty to share, so much so that we ended up taking about half of it back to the resort to eat later that weekend. The barbecue is good here, meats are flavorful and tender, amounts of food are abundant, and the waitstaff is friendly. What's not to like.
One of my other favorites from there is the Sloppy Woody, it's a very big bun overflowing with chopped pork drenched in barbecue sauce and served sort of like a barbecue version of a sloppy joe. It's what really gets me in the door. But then I see the feast and think, wow that's just about everything on the menu.
The back of the menu is the lunch menu, desserts and drinks along with some history of the restaurant.
If you like a bit of a down home sort of place where I think most of the people there know each other, except for us out of towners, then this is a great place to get a bite of Bar-B-Q in Sebastian/Vero Beach.
I was just looking online for any recipes for Woody's items and came across a recipe that Woody's has shared. It's for their Bar-B-Q Beans. I hope you like baked beans though because this recipe is for 3 pounds of it.
Woody's Barbecue beans:
- 3 - 1 pound cans of baked beans
- 1/2 cup barbecue sauce
- 1/2 cup brown sugar
- 6 strips of bacon, chopped and cooked
- 3 green onions, finely chopped
Preheat the oven to 325 degrees.
Mix together the beans, barbecue sauce, sugar, bacon and onions in a baking dish. Ever with foil and bake for about 45 minutes.
It's a good thing that these can be frozen because you'll be eating them for a long time unless you are going to have a big barbecue at your house. You can probably reduce the recipe though to a manageable size by using a standard can of baked beans and enough of the other ingredients to taste. Then cook for about 30 minutes in the oven.
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