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Off the charts barbeque!
I was never a fan of BBQ… Until I discovered satchels.
I stopped in while on vacation looking for just a quick bite to eat. They were very quick and the food tasted great. Love the various types of BBQ I could put on my pulled chicken.
We have been to Satchel’s many times and the food is always excellent!
I love me some good barbecue, and from North Carolina to Memphis I’ve had some incredible Southern barbecue in my time. I’ve also had some disappointing barbecue as well, and I know what I like. Satchel’s Barbecue makes what I like.
AMAZING! My wife and I went to Satchel’s for the first time last night, and we were very impressed. We split the 8 oz plate of smoked pulled pork, and we got sides of mac and cheese and cornbread. The pork was easily the best we’ve ever had, and the mac and cheese was so good that I couldn’t resist buying a quart to go (and eating some for breakfast the next day!).
Great to find real barbecue on the east side of Ann Arbor. Ribs were superb, meaty and tasty and pulled pork sandwiches were also top notch. Sides were very good. Owner was on hand–great guy–and staff were very helpful.
This place was great. It’s very cheap and the amount of food you get makes it seem like it should be more expensive, yet it isn’t. I’ll definitely be returning when I come back to Ann Arbor.
Excellent food! Pulled pork, pulled chicken ribs all smoked. …. stew, potato salad, fried okra. … yuummmmmm
Only regret? Wish I found this place sooner!!! This place is excellent. Service is prompt. Facilities clean. Sauces are very good. The brisket is WAY better than many of the other AA/Ypsi BBQ places.
The barbecue spot next to Whole Foods on Washtenaw Avenue has become top dog this year. … But don’t take our readers’ word for it. The restaurant has a smoker right where you can see (and smell) it. [Click to read full list of Metro Times “Best of Detroit 2014″]
After two successful years on Washtenaw Avenue, Satchel’s BBQ is bringing its smoked meats to downtown Ann Arbor. .. Owner Hugh Morgan said Satchel’s BBQ will be one of eight food vendors this year at Mark’s Carts outdoor food courtyard. … “We’re excited about doing this,” he said. “I was interested in expanding the business and especially trying to build some business in the downtown market, which is a fun place to be.” [click to read full article]
Upon entering, you will be greeted as a long-time customer… The long wooden tables with accompanying chairs would seem perfect for a summer camp dining hall, and present the perfect opportunity to sit with strangers and make new friends. … As far as the food itself is concerned, Satchel’s is an absolute must-try for any barbecue fans in the area. Even those less-educated on the works of barbecue food will appreciate a simple menu with delicious food. [click to read full article]
I decided to try something a bit off the proverbial beaten path, so I ordered Satchel’s Stew – “smoked chicken & pork, corn, okra in a tomato broth” – that comes with a large slice of cornbread for $5. I spooned the stew over the cornbread, which made for a very filling meal. … Accented with some of the vinegar sauce that’s available at each table – there are four different varieties of barbecue sauce to choose from – it was rich and spicy and very good. [click to read full article]
The pulled pork comes undressed (allowing for consumer meat application), and is actually pulled from the bone. Often pulled pork is simply shredded chunks of pork but Satchel’s serves you large chunks of pork meat that is obviously hand pulled after coming off the smoker. The meat itself is incredibly tender and tastes of a delicious peppered rub even without any sauce. [click to read full article]
The ribs at Satchel’s might be the surprise winner here. They have all the evidence of properly smoked ribs – pink smoke ring & chewy bark. They are served dry, similar to Boogie Woogie, which is my preference. I like to hit them with a bit of vinegar sauce. [click to read full article]
This week I tried a relatively new barbeque joint in Ann Arbor called Satchel’s BBQ, located in a somewhat hidden location on Washtenaw Ave. I appreciated the simple menu – I always respect a few dishes done well over a large selection of so-so dishes. [click to read full review]
If you’ve been around long enough to fondly recall the old roadside BBQ stands of Mr. Rib on North Main and DeLong’s on North Fifth Avenue, you’ll be glad to know that a new meat’s-the-thing joint has appeared to carry on in their low-key style. Look for it on Washtenaw just west of Whole Foods, behind the Verizon store. Or roll down your window, close your eyes (assuming you’re not driving), and follow the sweet aroma of wood-smoked ribs up to Satchel’s front door—or at least to one of its big black outdoor smokers when they’re fired up and wreathed in nearly edible wisps of dinner-to-come. … [click to read full article]
Blink, and you’ll miss it. Sniff, and you won’t. Satchel’s BBQ opened on Valentine’s Day on Washtenaw next to Whole Foods. It’s hidden behind Verizon Wireless, but “we’ve got a big wood-burning smoker out by the sidewalk in front of the building that’s blowing out smoke all the time,” says owner Hugh Morgan. “The most common thing we hear when people walk in is, ‘Man, it’s smoky out there, and I had to come in and try it!'” … [click to read full article]
Sure, there’s a sign outside that points the way to Satchel’s BBQ; its flames leap up, yellow-orange on black, to say you’ve reached your destination. But it’s your nose, taking an olfactory cue from the wood-smoker fired up out front, that really leads you to Satchel’s… Satchel’s is the smoky love child of Hugh Morgan, a Michigander via Alabama who took up mitt and cleaver to fill a near-void in the city’s culinary scene with honest-to-goodness Southern barbecue. … [click to read full article]
“My goal is to deliver Southern-style barbecue at a value price,” Morgan said. “I want you to be able to go there very comfortably and feel like you’ve eaten good food.” Morgan describes himself as “a hillbilly by nature,” who has catered events for up to 30 people just because he likes to make BBQ and people like it. [click to read full article]