Bevrick’s Char House Grille

Review by: Michael Stern

Bevrick’s is an easy, reliable stop for anyone traveling along I-16 between Macon and Savannah. The broad menu is unfocused, which means that there is no one single thing that is four-star, legendary, worth-a-detour excellent; but if you are a group or a family with varied tastes, it’s ideal.

Locals like the buffet, where for about $15 on weekend nights, they pile plates with steak, quail, chicken, and low-country boil; and there’s a vast seafood buffet on Friday. During the week, trips through the lunch and dinner buffet are under $10, and while the entrees aren’t quite so grand, you will find dozens of southern-style vegetables, salads, and cobbler for dessert.

If a buffet is not your thing, Bevrick’s offers a regular table-service menu that ranges from burgers and sandwiches to steaks and seafood to pasta and dinner-size salads.

I enjoy the house specialty “Junkyard Chicken,” which is a breast smothered with two kinds of cheese, bacon, sauteed vegetables, chopped tomatoes, and jalapeno chips (and, the menu advises, “something else if we have it in the kitchen … except the sink!”). Among appetizers, there are good, house-fried potato chips, thick and spicy onions rings, and very good fried green tomatoes with pickly snap and lush crust.

What To Eat

Junkyard Chicken

DISH
Fried Green Tomatoes

DISH
Cheese Grits

DISH
Peach Cobbler

DISH
Dinner Roll

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