How do I find a “meat and three” near me? We’re glad you asked, because we’re hard at work to help you find meat-and-three restaurants, diners and cafes across the U.S.
The state links above list places that serve great food in one or more of these categories: American, Bar or Pub, Cajun, Caribbean, Creole, Fine Dining, Hot Chicken, Soul and Southern. These joints are typically “mom and pop” establishments that serve a “meat and three sides” in some form for lunch and/or dinner. The “meat and two” is included in our listings.
Like a lot of “meat-and-threes”, we are not fancy here at MEATandTHREE.com. Whatever your preference, though, it is our hope that you find much pleasure in exploring the great variety of offerings from many dedicated and talented people all across this great country.
It's exciting to see all the different meat and three options and configurations that talented chefs and cooks and operators are coming up with, given the meat-and-three restaurants, diners and cafes all over the United
A Hot Commodity In my last post, the idea of a working definition of a meat and three restaurant was discussed. In Middle Tennessee, where I live, "Nashville Hot Chicken" has been and is still
Keeping It Simple When considering a working definition of a meat and three restaurant, or just a plain ole "meat and three", as most folks say, one could keep it pretty simple and be done
Today is Saturday, June 10, 2017, and is designated as National Iced Tea day on the NationalDayCalendar website. That sounds like a good thing to me. This is important to meat-and-three lovers, of course, because
It's a reasonable question: "Why should MEATandTHREE.com exist?" It's one I've given much thought to, and one that has led to many more questions. Is it really worth the challenge of building something from