Restaurants/Food, Travel

Fuzzy Impressions of BBQ in Madison

Fuzzy’s BBQ sits on Hwy 220 Business which connects Madison with Mayodan, NC.  It’s a respite for those that love great chopped pork BBQ, vinegar slaw, hush puppies and sweet tea – to get away from the larger cities and chain restaurant monotony.

Fuzzy's BBQ - BBQ Tray

Fuzzy’s BBQ – BBQ Tray

You’ll notice a couple of things that are different about Fuzzy’s.  Their BBQ comes with a sweet and tangy BBQ sauce already mixed in the BBQ (and they bring extra sides of sauce).  The slaw is unique because it is super finely diced.  And the hush puppies are long fingers of hush puppies – several inches long.

Fuzzy's Interior - Madison

Fuzzy’s Interior – Madison

The interior doesn’t look like it has changed much over the years.  Lots of booths, coke ads, photos of food, and several media clippings and old photos.  The service is very friendly and accommodating.

Fuzzy's BBQ - Menu Cover

Fuzzy’s BBQ – Menu Cover

 

Fuzzy's BBQ - Menu 2

Fuzzy’s BBQ – Menu 2

Fuzzy's BBQ - Menu 3

Fuzzy’s BBQ – Menu 3

Fuzzy's BBQ - Menu 4

Fuzzy’s BBQ – Menu 4

 

Fuzzy's BBQ - Menu 5

Fuzzy’s BBQ – Menu 5

Fuzzy's BBQ - Menu 6

Fuzzy’s BBQ – Menu 6

 

A great dessert is the banana pudding, though they have cobbler as well.

Fuzzy's Banana Pudding - Madison

Fuzzy’s Banana Pudding – Madison

 

 

They also have a great family pack/catering option.  Chopped pork or chicken BBQ with fixins.

Fuzzy's BBQ Family Pack

Fuzzy’s BBQ Family Pack

Fuzzy's BBQ - Family Pack to go

Fuzzy’s BBQ – Family Pack to go

It’s worth a trip to Madison to visit Fuzzy’s.

Fuzzy's Check - Madison

Fuzzy’s Check – Madison

Fuzzy's BBQ Sign - Madison

Fuzzy’s BBQ Sign – Madison

 

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Fuzzy Impressions of BBQ in Madison

  1. Nicole says:

    Fuzzy has stepped up but still left a bad impression to me with the blatent racism I recieved going into the establishment I am hoping a second visit will not offer the results

    • Tisha Levy says:

      Nicole, I know what you mean my husband worked there from Mother’s Day 2013 to Valentine’s Day 2014, on October 28th 2013 my husband went to do the floor as usual and an employee was supposed to sweep the floor as a task before leaving, the other employee told my husband that it wasn’t his job and soon after that the other employees then proceeded to spit on my husband and push him into our vehicle with our three children and myself inside, there were two other employees there that witnessed what happened and one said that they would say my husband was the blame, my husband is bi-racial his mother is white and father is black, while my husband was employed there he not only faced racial slurs but also the negative body language from customers and the air people that makes comment of race, but my husband wouldn’t say anything because it was more important that he worked so they let the other guy go to very next day on October 29th, but after October 29th the manager and owner had a issue with my husband, and on Valentines Day proceeded to let him go they told him that they would give a good reference and have no problem signing off for unemployment. Then when we got ready to do the unemployment we were told that one of management told tem he was not going to get it because he was a violent employee, but that was not what he was told upon beginning to file an unemployment claim, so Nicole I understand the reference thing to racial issues that the restaurant has and I’m sorry for your inconvenient visit. But no one will do anything about it so its a lost cause.

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  3. Barbara Gates says:

    Fuzzy’s has outstanding food, an excellent wait staff, and a warm “small town” atmosphere. Fred Nelson and his family took back the operation of Fuzzy’s about a year and a half ago, and I have seen nothing but improvement in the food, cleanliness, and service. I don’t live in Madison, but I travel to Greensboro often, and make the trip to Madison for a “Chopped Tray” every time I’m nearby. I recently drove to Madison to load up on Fuzzy’s barbecue, slaw, and hush puppies for a family reunion in Ohio. My family had never eaten anything but “Eastern Style” barbecue, and they couldn’t get enough of Fuzzys!

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