Pulled Pork Sandwich ($6.50/$8)
The pulled pork salad is shredded and served with your choice of a mayo or vinegar-based coleslaw on a lightly grilled bun.
Low and Slow Brisket Sandwich ($7/$8.50)
Brisket is cooked for several hours at low oven temperatures, then chopped for this sandwich, which also includes pickle chips. Any of these sandwiches can be turned into a salad, with extra greens, for $2 more.
Fried Chicken Sandwich ($7.50)
Each chicken breast is pecan-crusted and fried, with bibb lettuce, sliced tomato and a thin maple mustard on top.
Tri Tip Sandwich ($7.50)
A Central California staple, this thin beef cut is served sliced on a split hoagie roll with lots of cooked onions.
Fried Green BLT ($8)
Thick-cut bacon, fried tomatoes, plus a layer of bibb lettuce and mayonnaise top thick, buttered Texas-style toast.
Regular fountain soda is accompanied by both unsweetened and sweet tea, which is brewed on site. Other options include lemonade, cans of local craft beer and Pabst Blue Ribbon on draft.
During their first day in business, Roadside Eats was giving away Zapp's chips to customers.
Watermelon Salad ($M/P)
The salads rotate through the cold case depending on the season, and are offered at market price. This watermelon salad comes with a pickled red onion vinaigrette, chile powder, edamame, cucumber and basil.
Brussels Sprouts Salad ($M/P)
Charred Brussels sprouts are tossed in a vinegar aioli with toasted shaved almonds and raisins.
Fried PIes & Ice Cream ($3)
A soft-serve machine in the back complements the small fried fruit pies, which include apple, cherry and peach.