MOBILE, Ala. - If you want a great place to chow down, folks in the know loveThe Shed in Ocean Springs.
You may have even seen it on "Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives" withhost Guy Fieri, but if you haven't eaten at The Shed, according tothese guys, you're missing out!
"It's excellent. Very good food, and the potato salad isawesome. It really was good. Very good, I would highly recommendit," said Robert and Debbie Walker.
The Shed was started by a brother and sister team in OceanSprings in 2001.
Over the years, the Bar-B-Q restaurant has become quite popular.But that's just part of the reason why Darrin Jasgur and his wifeJenn decided to open a new location in Mobile.
"We saw the Shed on "Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives", my wife andI, when she was pregnant with our little son Finn. I went downthere the next day and she swears the clouds parted and angelssang, and that ended up being her number-one pregnancy craving,"said Jasgur.
The future home of The Shed will be off Old Shell Road, acrossfrom South Alabama. It will be complete with old license plates andother knick knacks, just like the original Shed. The best news is,they'll be opening very soon, sometime in November.
Jasgur says he is planning to hire 70 employees.
But even if you're not looking for a job, Jasger hopes you willstop in and enjoy the same food, the same music, and the sameatmosphere that made The Shed in Ocean Springs a success.
"Come on down, get fed at The Shed."
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