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#1 Jul 30, 2011
Anyone heard anything about the new BBQ coming in the old skyline building on Chapman Highway?
Ziggy Popp

Knoxville, TN

#2 Jul 30, 2011
How many more damn barbeque places do we need in this area? Theres like 20 in Murrville alone.
seymour resident

AOL

#3 Jul 31, 2011
How many in Seymour?
its open

AOL

#4 Aug 13, 2011
looks like it just opened this week, we'll see how this one is....
like

Whitesburg, TN

#5 Sep 20, 2011
So far, I like it.
BBQ

United States

#6 Jan 3, 2012
Parton's BBQ, been there several times, great place. He makes his own sauce, which few actually do.
Joke Arl

Knoxville, TN

#7 Jan 6, 2012
The food is good and John is a good guy. However the prices are high for as small as the portions are.
Cheap

United States

#8 Jan 7, 2012
Joke Arl wrote:
The food is good and John is a good guy. However the prices are high for as small as the portions are.
He goes the extra mile to serve a good meal and earns the extra charge. I don't have a problem paying more for a good meal. If you want cheap BBQ then buy a can at Dollar General and microwave it at home.
Joke Arl

Knoxville, TN

#9 Jan 7, 2012
Cheap wrote:
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He goes the extra mile to serve a good meal and earns the extra charge. I don't have a problem paying more for a good meal. If you want cheap BBQ then buy a can at Dollar General and microwave it at home.
Or if you really want your moneys worth, go to Willie's. You'll never complain about their portions.

"Go the extra mile?" It's his effin job!
Cheap

United States

#10 Jan 8, 2012
Joke Arl wrote:
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Or if you really want your moneys worth, go to Willie's. You'll never complain about their portions.
"Go the extra mile?" It's his effin job!
Once again I don't worry about price if the food is good. That's why I eat at Willies about twice a week, but Willies doesn't offer BBQ. This country operates on free market. The price is based on what the market will bear. Parton's has plenty of customers willing to pay his price, which makes it a fair price based on market demand.
foodie

Knoxville, TN

#11 Jan 9, 2012
I have heard this about the small portions at Partons BBQ, I have heard the food is good, but customers are still leaving hungry? I have tried famous Daves and you don't leave hungry. They are nice people but that is not going to keep customers coming back.
Cost v Portions

United States

#12 Jan 10, 2012
Famous Daves is about 20 miles from Seymour and an order of Chicken Tenders with 2 sides is $11.99 as posted on their web page. At 40 cents a mile that's $16.00 just to drive there and back. Not sure what Parton charges for Chicken Tenders but I know it's less than $11.99.
Joe

United States

#13 Jan 11, 2012
No wonder we have an obesity problem in this area. I saw a fat lady eat 4 Big Macs and 2 fries. I'm sure she considers a Big Mac and fries a small portion.

If a single serving is not enough in any restaurant feel free to order more, there's no law against obesity.

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