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Friday we began the kick off for this year’s Rocket City Food Bloggers Tour for Restaurant Week.

LawLers Barbecue in Madison, Alabama from Cosmopolitan Cornbread

What is Restaurant Week?

It’s a special event featuring many participating restaurants around town – over 60 of them this year! – from food trucks to fine dining. Each restaurant will be offering special deals – lunch or dinner – at special prices. Lunches will have a set price of either $5, $10 or $15 and will include a main course and a dessert or an appetizer. For dinner, the price points will be $10, $20 or $30 and will include a main course, an appetizer and a dessert. This year there is also an additional “Bites” category for establishments that don’t offer traditional meals, such as Pizzelle’s Confections.

This special event will go on from August 14th until the 23rd.

LawLers Barbecue in Madison, Alabama from Cosmopolitan Cornbread

Our first stop on the tour was LawLers Barbecue in Madison, Alabama.

LawLers Barbecue in Madison, Alabama from Cosmopolitan Cornbread

LawLers offers delicious barbecue and all of the goodies you can imagine that go with it.

LawLers Barbecue in Madison, Alabama from Cosmopolitan Cornbread

I ordered one of their most popular items – the “Stuffie Tater.” A huge baked potato stuffed with barbecued pork, sour cream, chives and cheese. I also grabbed a little dish of their baked beans and a slice of Chocolate Cream Pie.

LawLers Barbecue in Madison, Alabama from Cosmopolitan Cornbread

In the mood for nachos? How about barbecued nachos?

LawLers Barbecue in Madison, Alabama from Cosmopolitan Cornbread

LawLers even offers vacuum sealed pouches of their pulled pork, turkey or ham that you can purchase for serving at home or even freeze for future quick meals.

Our gracious hostess April, and manager Jay.

LawLers Barbecue in Madison, Alabama from Cosmopolitan Cornbread

And as if the awesome lunch wasn’t enough – they sent us home with goodie bags! Thank you so much LawLers for your Southern Hospitality!

LawLers Barbecue in Madison, Alabama from Cosmopolitan Cornbread

But before I wrap this up, let me introduce you to my fellow blogging friends from the tour!

From left to right – Jessica (IHeartHSV), yours truly, Sarah (The Jealous Crumpet), Katie (Katie Actually), April our hostess, Stephanie (Rocket City Mom), Christy (Christy Jordan’s Southern Plate) and Phillip from Nashville (Southern FATTY). Not pictured here because he hadn’t quite arrived from his long trip from Memphis yet, was Clint (Grillocracy)

LawLers Barbecue in Madison, Alabama from Cosmopolitan Cornbread

I can’t forget to mention Tasty the spokespig!

LawLers Barbecue in Madison, Alabama from Cosmopolitan Cornbread

Of course I had to get selfies with all of my lunch companions. And even though Clint is “anti-selfie” he was kind enough to make an exception for me. He even smiled when I told him he could scowl at the camera if he liked!
The Bloggers - #DineHSV

Stay tuned for the next segment of the Rocket City Food Blogger Tour …

Be sure to check out all of the bloggers’ websites to see their posts and share their experiences with the tour!


LawLers Barbecue
544 Hughes Road, Madison, AL 35758
256.772.0590
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For Restaurant Week, LawLers is offering:

$10.00 Lunch or Dinner: Hand-pulled pork barbecue plate with two southern sides of your choice, a roll and sauce and finished off with a slice of their pie and a glass of Tasty sweet tea to wash it down.
$15.00 Lunch: Two of their famous stuffie taters (show above and declared one of the top 100 dishes in Alabama to eat before you die!)  and two large drinks to wash it down.

For more information about the bloggers, visit HERE. For more information about Restaurant Week and all of the events surrounding it, visit HERE.

The vlog that included this visit…


This event was hosted by the Huntsville-Madison County Convention & Visitors Bureau and the restaurant mentioned. All opinions are my own.

4 thoughts on “LawLers Barbecue”

    • OH! I totally forgot to mention that white sauce! I had never had it before and I loved it too! I know it is supposed to be for poultry but let me tell you, it tasted dang good on my pulled pork potato!

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