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|Restaurant offers new flair to area dining|
Last week my article on the 'Recent 12' restaurants in the area omitted two restaurants that bring a different taste to our area.
Since we are all looking for that new taste and we all like to try the latest so we can offer our opinion and sometimes get that surprise that leaves us saying 'WOW' that was really great, I thought you might like to know about the new Iron Horse Barbecue and the newly opened Hibachi Grill No. 1.
The Iron Horse Barbecue Restaurant on N. 7th Street in West Monroe is close to the intersection with Arkansas Road. It is owned and operated by Class of 1985 WMHS graduate Jason Thomas. Jason started his first small restaurant in Georgia and soon found it too small for the crowd and moved to a new much larger location. His special brand of St. Louis barbecue, steaks, hot wings, and famous Brunswick stew was a favorite with the local crowd. After five years in Georgia he has moved home and brought his special recipes with him. So for a different taste from a local boy made good visit the Iron Horse.
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Bill Roark is a Commercial Associate Broker at Keller Williams Realty and may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.