What caught my attention on the menu were the deep fried pickles because we have a recipe listed from Justin Timberlake's restaurant Southern Hospitality. Quite a few things looked appetizing on the menu including the catfish. However, when I placed my order I was told it was no longer an item offered on the menu. Next, I opted for the brisket. Upon suggestion by the co-owner, I tried it finely chopped. The sauce was to the side. The meat was marinated well but I still couldn't resist adding barbecue sauce.
Moving on to the sides, the mac and cheese is the reason Bubba's was called to my attention. I definitely, give the mac an A for originality with its herbs but it did not do it for me. My friends on the other hand are regulars at least twice a month because of this side dish. As for the red skin potato salad, I admit I am not a potato salad fan but I let my self try classics. This version of potato salad oozed with dressing and dill.
The deep fried pickles were very salty and oily but I can not say that is not to be expected. The batter was gold but it did not seem to adhere well to the pickle.
As the descendent of Southern American parents, I simply found the cuisine to be fair. On the other hand, "Ain't it great to hae BBQ available by the beach."
Bubba's is open 7 days a Week.