Founded by three friends in nearby Mount Pleasant in 1992, Sticky Fingers has spread like a wildfire across the Southeast because of its famous brand of barbecue and sauces. Serving smoked meats in a family/casual environment has been a sweet combination. Now with 16 locations ranging as far south as Florida and north as Tennessee, and with their famous sauces sold in more than 5,000 grocery stores, you may want to visit Sticky Fingers before one visits you.
Barbecue is the centerpiece of Sticky Fingers, which uses a traditional hickory smoker to give its meats that distinct Southern BBQ flavor. From pulled pork to chicken and from ribs to brisket, the best items on the menu all spent time soaking in the smoky taste that all BBQ aficionados agree upon. The arguments mostly come over the sauce, and Sticky Fingers has you covered no matter what your taste buds say. Tennessee Whisky, Carolina Mustard, Memphis Original and Habanero Hot let you top your ‘cue the way you want it. Sandwiches and delicious country side items are also available, and the sweet tea and desserts will send you home with some sugar to go with your smoke.
The general rule of thumb about smokehouses is the worse the location the better the barbecue. Sticky Fingers is the exception, taking BBQ to the next level by offering comfortable seating and a family/casual environment. Wooden tables with hunter green accents and a friendly attitude transform Sticky Fingers into one of the few nice settings for good ‘cue.