Plush Pig Barbeque: Can This Porker Fly? 

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Step into the second incarnation of Plush Pig Barbeque, which opened in March in Rock Hill after closing its Clayton location late last year. Read Ian Froeb's full review of Plush Pig. Photos by Jennifer Silverberg.
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Father and daughter duo -- Larry and Angie Lampert -- own and operate Rock Hill's latest addition, The Plush Pig.
Memphis Style pork sandwich (can also be ordered with chicken) is served here with fries.
The Johnson Family Platter is a huge amount of meat! It's a slab of ribs, one pound of pork, one pound of sausage, sweet-n-sour slaw, fries and plenty of sauce and bread. It feeds five to six people. Oh my.
The Big Paul Bunyan Pork Steak. Need we say more?
Side dishes at Plush Pig include potato salad and slaw.
The sign really does say it all.
Server Heather Bush at the Plush Pig is bringing a Memphis beef sandwich and a pulled pork sandwich to a couple of hungry customers.
So far, it's a busy lunch at Plush Pig. This photo was shot on a recent Friday.
Owner Larry Lampert brushing sauce on a rack of ribs on the Johnson Family Platter.
Owner Angie Lampert behind the counter at the Plush Pig during lunch on a recent Friday.
Father and daughter duo, Larry and Angie Lampert, own and operate Rock Hill's latest addition, The Plush Pig.
Perhaps most notable at the Plush Pig, after you've gotten your fill of meat, that is, is the decor: From the walls to the ceiling, they've got it covered.
The Plush Pig owner, Larry Lampert, is always ready to entertain. In its new location for just a couple of months, Larry, and daughter Angie, moved the Plush Pig to Rock Hill after five years in Clayton.
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Father and daughter duo -- Larry and Angie Lampert -- own and operate Rock Hill's latest addition, The Plush Pig.