The Pompous Pig

3320 N Main ST

Anderson, SC 29621

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Phone: (864) 231-7447

City: Anderson

Region: Mountains

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The Pompous Pig

Let us assist you in choosing the perfect mixture of barbecue and made-from-scratch side dishes from our menu to make your next event truly memorable! For special outdoor events we are available for on-site cooking with our commercial barbecue pit smoker.

Please call for quotes on fees for pick-up and delivery, on-site catering and on-site smoking. Deposit of 50% due one week in advance; balance due on delivery.

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