Rob's BBQ on the Side
Serving BBQ at it's best for over a decade!
Local folks will tell you when you ask, that Rob's BBQ on the Side in downtown Pascagoula is where they go for lunch and dinner. Pit Master Robin Hart has a consistent method that goes with a sharp knife, honed in years of preparing local lunches with locally-owned businesses then finding his own location, on the side of a large commercial building in downtown near the high school. He has a technique of low and slow, to bring a consistent flavor and tenderness to serve his customers every day.
Service with a smile makes Rob's BBQ on the Side a special place and the quality of the food everyday is smoking good. Robin and Mary Hart, the owners and operators of Rob's BBQ on the Side, adopted the Mississippi Gulf Coast as their home as a young couple, wanting to live somewhere warm and hospitable, to work and raise a family. They launched their own restaurant after managing other food service operations. As he was tasked to cook more and more, Robin learned the skills of preparing Mississippi's favorite dishes of barbeque pork and success was right ahead. These recipes are made fresh daily the same basic way over 17 years and customers can tell you they have a good experience.
Take a look at the menu and choose your meal with Rob's BBQ on the Side. It won't take long and you find a favorite. And carryout is call-in simple or you can order at the counter and be on your way really fast at Rob's BBQ on the Side.
Pascagoula is an historic city on the coastal plain of South Mississippi that grew up as a fishing community. Facing the Gulf of Mexico from its station on the east bank at the mouth of the Pascagoula River, the City of Pascagoula is home to an estuary and nature preserve, the Grand Bay National Wildlife Refuge. Over the years, shipbuilding has become the major industry and is also home to one of the largest refineries in the country.
The main roads around Pascagoula are Beach Boulevard Hwy 90 that runs along the coast and Hwy 63 that leads north on 4-lanes to Lucedale then continuing on as a 2-lane road along the eastern spine of the state and terminating in Waynesboro. Hwy 63 skirts the Chickasawhay River on its western bank in its northern run, making its crossing at Leaksville, a junction with its sister Hwy 57, from there running nearly due South to Port of Pascagoula.
Make Rob's BBQ on the Side a regular part of your day when you're crusing the Coast and be sure to tell Mrs. Mary Hart and Mr. Rob Hart themselves that you heard about them on the Mississippi BBQ Trail.