Good | Worth a Return
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.
|Meals Served||Lunch, Dinner|
|Credit Cards Accepted||Yes|