Judge Bean’s: A Quick Poll

OK, the coworkers are going to Judge Bean’s, and I would like to go just to be social. I’m curious, though, about whether there’s ANYTHING on the menu a vegetarian (who eats a little bit of dairy) can eat.

So, quick poll:
If a vegetarian goes to Judge Bean’s, she should:

a) expect to starve — or eat beforehand
b) be able to find SOMETHING on the menu, even if it’s just cole slaw and corn on the cob, but still walk away hungry
c) be able to find a reasonable amount of side dishes and such to fill her up

I mean, I’ll probably go just for the experience, but I’m curious to hear what I should expect.

4 Comments so far

  1. S-townMike (unregistered) on August 29th, 2006 @ 1:46 pm

    Judge Beans is my favorite BBQ place in Nashville, but we lean towards Texas-style BBQ and I’m no vegetarian. You can get chips, salsa and quacamole. Baked potatoes and corn on the cob are available. Cole slaw. Two different kinds of beans. And how about blackberry cobbler?

    You are not going to find very many BBQ places that are more vegetarian-friendly than that.


  2. Lesley (unregistered) on August 29th, 2006 @ 1:53 pm

    I’ve never been, but I’m glad to hear that baked potatoes and corn on the cob are available. And blackberry cobbler! Just in case I ever have to go (which I won’t). Though I never eat corn on the cob in front of people. No one needs to see that.


  3. Anonymous Broker (unregistered) on August 29th, 2006 @ 1:54 pm

    Somewhere between (b) and (c). Mike’s right… you’ll be able to fill up for sure. Of course, you probably won’t be as satisfied as you would be at Calypso.


  4. Kate O' (unregistered) on August 29th, 2006 @ 3:09 pm

    Well, I did it, and I got full on corn on the cob (and I didn’t get any stuck in my teeth!), cole slaw, and French fries. It was all quite tasty, and I’m glad I went. Thanks for the feedback!



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