Each of the smoked barbecue plates costs $12.95.
We also ordered some sweet corn nuggets ($6.95) for an appetizer, and as its name implies, the nuggets were “sweet” tasting.
Several other options are available for appetizers, ranging from $2.95 to $7.95, including corkscrew shrimp, fresh homemade seasoned pork rinds, homemade chip basket, pickle fries, fried okra, “Shorty’s loaded skins,” “twigs and berries” (mozzarella sticks and battered cheese curds) and spicy cauliflower.
They serve ample portions, so most of us had enough leftovers for lunch the next day. Total bill for our party of five was $77.50. This trip has whetted our appetite for more Niel and Shorty’s.