Webster’s online dictionary defines Brunswick Stew as:
“a stew made of vegetables and usually two meats (as chicken and squirrel)”
You know at Wiley’s we don’t cut corners so two meats just wouldn’t do. While we don’t use squirrel, we do use pork, chicken, sausage, and brisket! Many BBQ restaurants use Brunswick Stew as “just a side dish” so it is more of an afterthought of leftovers, and you sure won’t find many using brisket or sausage. One look at our stew and you can see it’s not all filler of potatoes and corn, it’s full of MEAT!
Brunswick Stew is the perfect dish for cooler weather, and you can even buy it by the quart.
All your favorites, just a new look! Since we expanded and revamped our dining room, we decided to was time for a menu makeover too! Don’t worry….all your Wiley’s BBQ favorites are still on the menu, now it’s just easier to read. Stop by soon to see the new menu and dining room if you haven’t already, and tell us what you think!
Have you decided what your last meal of 2015 is going to be? What about your first meal of 2016? Wiley’s can make sure you end your year on a high note and get your new year started off on the right foot! We will be open for lunch and dinner service New Year’s Eve, and open for lunch service ONLY on New Year’s Day. This NYE Pitmaster Marion will be offering three special plates in addition to our regular menu:
Smoked rack of lamb, served with steamed broccoli and cauliflower in a garlic butter sauce
Smoked “crown roast” portion of pork loin rack, served with steamed broccoli and cauliflower in a garlic butter sauce
Traditional black-eyed peas and rice with collared greens and corn bread (also available lunch on New Year’s Day- feel free to add on your favorite protein!)
This year, let’s all make resolutions we can keep….resolve to eat more championship BBQ!
Tybee Island Barbecue Catering
1. Off Premise Catering: Since we are a restaurant, we get a lot of calls asking if we do off premise catering. For twenty-nine years Wiley has been in food service, the answer is definitely YES! In Atlanta, that is all we did since we did not have a restaurant. Our record to date is a round trip catering to Las Vegas, RV and pit in tow. We catered for 1,000 other caterers at the Rio Hotel, just off the Strip. We are certainly not a stranger to catering!
2. Savannah and Tybee Weddings: 2011 has brought an increased number of inquiries regarding catering wedding receptions. Continue reading