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Re: Road Trips
« Reply #10450 on: November 05, 2012, 10:38:09 pm »

Thanks for the info!

Ok here is all you need to know

For bars on Friday Night or Saturday night you need to go to The Vista if you are above the age of 25 or 5 Points if you are a college student or recent grad.  These are 2 different bar districts in Columbia that appeal to 2 different crowds.  All the bars you need in both nightlife districts.

On gameday there are really only 2 bars near the stadium.  One is Jaco's Corner.  Jaco's is the oldest bar in Columbia(100 years old this year).  It's an old mill bar that was founded by moonshiners who were friends with Jack Daniels.    The bar is a real hole in the wall, but has a great atmosphere and you'll meet some fantastic people in it.

The other Gameday Bar is Loose Cockaboose.  This bar has lots of TVs, live music, but has too many fights and crazies in it for my taste.  Jaco's isn't as fancy, but it's better IMO.

Plenty of tailgating around the stadium.  You have the Fairgrounds across the stadium and lots of local business lots you can park in.  For those who have been to USC in the past they have completely redone the Farmer's Market area and made it into a very pretty & large tailgate spot.    On the Olympia side of town you can park in many people's yards for $10.  Keep in mind the stadium is about 3 miles off campus. 

You can also park at the Colonial Life Arena(USC's basketball facility) and take a shuttle to the stadium.

If you are in South Carolina then you need to eat some SC BBQ, since the mustard style is unique.  Shealy's BBQ in Batesburg, SC is the most popular place, but its about a 40 minute drive from Columbia.  In town you should try Doc's BBQ or Little Pigs.   Maurice's isn't bad either. 

If you have any other questions please feel free to email me.  Dixiefriedsports@gmail.com.   

Everyone have a safe trip to Columbia and I look forward to seeing some Hog fans.
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Re: Road Trips
« Reply #10451 on: November 06, 2012, 12:03:34 am »

I'll be there with my best buddy, who's a USCe guy, and a bunch of his Carolina buddies. I'll be the guy in the Hogs hat.  :razorback:
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Re: Road Trips
« Reply #10452 on: November 06, 2012, 05:37:16 am »

I'll be there! It's my first hog game so I know nothing about tailgating!

Do we still do the hog call on kickoff at away games? It's been a lifelong dream to be a part of one.
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Re: Road Trips
« Reply #10453 on: November 06, 2012, 05:52:32 am »

Ok here is all you need to know

For bars on Friday Night or Saturday night you need to go to The Vista if you are above the age of 25 or 5 Points if you are a college student or recent grad.  These are 2 different bar districts in Columbia that appeal to 2 different crowds.  All the bars you need in both nightlife districts.

On gameday there are really only 2 bars near the stadium.  One is Jaco's Corner.  Jaco's is the oldest bar in Columbia(100 years old this year).  It's an old mill bar that was founded by moonshiners who were friends with Jack Daniels.    The bar is a real hole in the wall, but has a great atmosphere and you'll meet some fantastic people in it.

The other Gameday Bar is Loose Cockaboose.  This bar has lots of TVs, live music, but has too many fights and crazies in it for my taste.  Jaco's isn't as fancy, but it's better IMO.

Plenty of tailgating around the stadium.  You have the Fairgrounds across the stadium and lots of local business lots you can park in.  For those who have been to USC in the past they have completely redone the Farmer's Market area and made it into a very pretty & large tailgate spot.    On the Olympia side of town you can park in many people's yards for $10.  Keep in mind the stadium is about 3 miles off campus. 

You can also park at the Colonial Life Arena(USC's basketball facility) and take a shuttle to the stadium.

If you are in South Carolina then you need to eat some SC BBQ, since the mustard style is unique.  Shealy's BBQ in Batesburg, SC is the most popular place, but its about a 40 minute drive from Columbia.  In town you should try Doc's BBQ or Little Pigs.   Maurice's isn't bad either. 

If you have any other questions please feel free to email me.  Dixiefriedsports@gmail.com.   

Everyone have a safe trip to Columbia and I look forward to seeing some Hog fans.
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Re: Road Trips
« Reply #10454 on: November 06, 2012, 05:56:40 am »

They say "Fatz" is a very good restaurant in town
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Re: Road Trips
« Reply #10455 on: November 06, 2012, 06:14:39 am »

They say "Fatz" is a very good restaurant in town

Fatz is a chain that is just like an Applebees.  Don't waste your time in it.
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Re: Road Trips
« Reply #10456 on: November 06, 2012, 05:17:41 pm »

It looks like I also have an extra ticket (row 32 in section 17). I've got two people going with me, but doesn't look like a 3rd will join. I'll be in Irmo, SC (just north of Columbia off 26) on Friday night, then parking at Colonial Life Arena around 9:30-10am on Saturday. PM me if interested in the ticket.

I attended the game in 2010 and really enjoyed my experience in Columbia. Looking forward to it again.
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Re: Road Trips
« Reply #10457 on: November 07, 2012, 09:54:24 pm »

Thinking about making the trip up there and just wondering what are some good hotels and places to eat there
« Last Edit: November 08, 2012, 08:54:30 pm by Devil_Dog »
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Re: Road Trips
« Reply #10458 on: November 07, 2012, 10:19:29 pm »

I JUST posted a thread offering restaurant suggestions.  As far as hotels go...I'm not too sure.  Hampton Inn hotels are probably the best quality for the money.  Their rooms go for around 100 a night.  But it really depends on how much money you want to spend.
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Re: Road Trips
« Reply #10459 on: November 07, 2012, 10:20:34 pm »

Thinking about making the trip up there and just wondering what are some good hotels and places to eat there

BTW...did you go to Morrilton HS?
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Re: Road Trips
« Reply #10460 on: November 07, 2012, 10:27:34 pm »

BTW...did you go to Morrilton HS?



I sure did
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Re: Road Trips
« Reply #10461 on: November 07, 2012, 10:39:16 pm »

When did you graduate?  My dad went to High School and graduated from there?  We still go back to visit my grandma who lives in Atkins every winter.  What are you doing near South Carolina?

Did you find my thread about food places? oh and I just noticed you wrote Columbus in the header.  Did you mean Columbia?  I was assuming you meant Columbia since that's where the game will be played. 
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Re: Road Trips
« Reply #10462 on: November 07, 2012, 11:41:51 pm »

When did you graduate?  My dad went to High School and graduated from there?  We still go back to visit my grandma who lives in Atkins every winter.  What are you doing near South Carolina?

Did you find my thread about food places? oh and I just noticed you wrote Columbus in the header.  Did you mean Columbia?  I was assuming you meant Columbia since that's where the game will be played. 

Check your pm
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Re: Road Trips
« Reply #10463 on: November 07, 2012, 11:53:31 pm »

Thinking about making the trip up there and just wondering what are some good hotels and places to eat there

My family and I are making the trip over. We're having a fantastic sports weekend. Getting to see my sisters play for Ohio st bball team in the carrier classic and then the football game. It's my little bro's first away game so he's pretty stoked. Just hope the team comes to play for 4 quarters, I know that's a lot to ask these days.
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Re: Road Trips
« Reply #10464 on: November 08, 2012, 06:11:06 am »

Thinking about making the trip up there and just wondering what are some good hotels and places to eat there

With it being so late everything downtown is probably booked.  Try the Irmo/Harbison area.   Anything on Harbison Blvd, Lake Murray Blvd, or Columbiana Avenue would be good. 

Stay away from the Two Notch Road area.
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looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10465 on: November 08, 2012, 09:11:20 am »

Am going to a HS playoff game tomorrow in West Memphis. Someone told me I-40 has construction east of Little Rock, slowing traffic. Is the jam bad enough to look for detours? I will traveling in mid-late afternoon Friday. I appreciate any help.
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10466 on: November 08, 2012, 09:16:01 am »

Take the Brinkley exit. Then turn south and go down and hit Hwy. 70 to west Memphis. Hwy. 70 runs parallel to I-40.
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10467 on: November 08, 2012, 09:27:22 am »

I have gone through there with no problem.  I would leave home a little earlier than normal, there are slow downs and sight-seers. 
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10468 on: November 08, 2012, 09:29:29 am »

Take the Brinkley exit. Then turn south and go down and hit Hwy. 70 to west Memphis. Hwy. 70 runs parallel to I-40.

Incorrect.  If he's going toward West Memphis, you're detouring him AFTER the construction.  I live in Memphis and come to central Arkansas 2-3 times a month, so I drive it constantly.

On the way to West Memphis, if you detour, get off at Carlisle and get back on at either Biscoe (the first opportunity after you cross White River), or, if a cop is posted there and won't let you because they're working in that area, Brinkley.

On the way back home, off at Brinkley and back on at Hazen.  U.S. 70 does run parallel to I-40 so it's not that inconvenient except that it's 2-lane the whole way.

I've found that the back-ups on I-40 around White River tend to pop up later in the day for some reason.  In other words, if you're traveling early morning, chances are you won't have a delay so it may be worth staying on the interstate.
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10469 on: November 08, 2012, 09:34:50 am »

He better exit I-40 long before he gets to the Brinkley exit. The road construction starts slowing down traffic about 40-45 miles east of Little Rock and is mainly centered around the DeValls Bluff area. If he waits until Brinkley to get off I-40 he is already pretty much past the construction area. I would suggest taking the Lonoke or Carlisle exits to find highway 70 and follow that to Brinkley and then get back on I-40 at that point.

Btw, if you do take highway 70 to go through DeValls Bluff, going east you will find a GREAT little joint called Craigs BarBQ there in Devalls Bluff on your right hand side. That place has been there forever and makes great BarBQ.
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10470 on: November 08, 2012, 09:35:00 am »

Yea, i go from Little Rock to Helena a bunch, and i get off at the Hazen exit.
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10471 on: November 08, 2012, 09:40:18 am »

Incorrect.  If he's going toward West Memphis, you're detouring him AFTER the construction.  I live in Memphis and come to central Arkansas 2-3 times a month, so I drive it constantly.

On the way to West Memphis, if you detour, get off at Carlisle and get back on at either Biscoe (the first opportunity after you cross White River), or, if a cop is posted there and won't let you because they're working in that area, Brinkley.

On the way back home, off at Brinkley and back on at Hazen.  U.S. 70 does run parallel to I-40 so it's not that inconvenient except that it's 2-lane the whole way.

I've found that the back-ups on I-40 around White River tend to pop up later in the day for some reason.  In other words, if you're traveling early morning, chances are you won't have a delay so it may be worth staying on the interstate.

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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10472 on: November 08, 2012, 09:42:20 am »

Incorrect.  If he's going toward West Memphis, you're detouring him AFTER the construction.  I live in Memphis and come to central Arkansas 2-3 times a month, so I drive it constantly.

On the way to West Memphis, if you detour, get off at Carlisle and get back on at either Biscoe (the first opportunity after you cross White River), or, if a cop is posted there and won't let you because they're working in that area, Brinkley.

On the way back home, off at Brinkley and back on at Hazen.  U.S. 70 does run parallel to I-40 so it's not that inconvenient except that it's 2-lane the whole way.

I've found that the back-ups on I-40 around White River tend to pop up later in the day for some reason.  In other words, if you're traveling early morning, chances are you won't have a delay so it may be worth staying on the interstate.

Bingo.

Don't look at this as a detour, look at it as an excuse for some good BBQ and fried pie.
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10473 on: November 08, 2012, 09:42:51 am »

I agree with the Carlisle advice.  I live in that area and it is very unpredictable.  To be safe, get off at Carlisle and get back on in Brinkley.  Watch out for Ivory Billed Woodpeckers.
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10474 on: November 08, 2012, 10:04:18 am »

Am going to a HS playoff game tomorrow in West Memphis. Someone told me I-40 has construction east of Little Rock, slowing traffic. Is the jam bad enough to look for detours? I will traveling in mid-late afternoon Friday. I appreciate any help.
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10475 on: November 08, 2012, 10:05:13 am »

Just be careful on US 70 at Night it runs through the Woods and a State WMA and Bambi does play in the road from time to time.
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10476 on: November 08, 2012, 10:13:14 am »

Heard there was a back-up on 70 last night and Hazen to Brinkley took well over an hour.
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10477 on: November 08, 2012, 10:14:48 am »

Wreck according to my Momma.  If you got time stop at Craigs in DVB and get some grub for the Road.
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10478 on: November 08, 2012, 10:25:37 am »

Get of Hazen exit,,and go on 70,,,get back on at brinkley,,u will b fine
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10479 on: November 08, 2012, 10:44:55 am »

What's the name of that BBQ place that won that international award? Can't remember it off the top of my head.
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10480 on: November 08, 2012, 10:56:58 am »

If your not too terribly in a hurry you can get on Hwy 70 there in LR off of 440, Scott exit I think, and drive 70 to Brinkley.
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10481 on: November 08, 2012, 10:59:51 am »

EXIT 193 (DeValls Bluff)for detour TO West Memphis is the exit you need to take for the detour. The road construction begins soon after this exit. You can check the traffic flow at this exit - if it is moving then STAY ON 40 East.

The detour is clearly marked - you take Hwy 70 and get back on 40E at Biscoe

I drive this every week. Friday afternoon is pretty heavy traffice.
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« Reply #10482 on: November 08, 2012, 11:00:08 am »

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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10483 on: November 08, 2012, 11:05:29 am »

What's the name of that BBQ place that won that international award? Can't remember it off the top of my head.

That would be Jones BBQ in Marianna.
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10484 on: November 08, 2012, 11:06:49 am »

Check this site on your smart phone before you get to exit 193 headed East
http://roadnow.com/i40/I-40-Arkansas-Traffic-5.html
If there are red areas exit and take 70 to Biscoe or Brinkley depending on where backup ends. Yellow or green your choice but my experience has been they're not too bad and can depend on how long of a distance shows yellow.Typically very accurate
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10485 on: November 08, 2012, 11:09:15 am »

i came over from LR to work in Memphis this week.  i got off the Interstate at the Hazen exit and drove highway 70 to Brinkley then got back on I40.  according to the GPS, it only slowed me down about 5 minutes.  i think the GPS takes into account the slowdown for the road construction.

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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10486 on: November 08, 2012, 11:14:47 am »

bingo

I can root for You Guys. I still remember when Cabot beat You Guys in 2009 or 2010 Playoffs. I don't remember. Plus i don't like West Memphis. Go Rogers Heritage beat West Memphis. :razorback:
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10487 on: November 08, 2012, 12:36:45 pm »

What's the name of that BBQ place that won that international award? Can't remember it off the top of my head.

Craigs in DVB right on 70 !
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10488 on: November 08, 2012, 12:51:49 pm »

What's the name of that BBQ place that won that international award? Can't remember it off the top of my head.
It is Jones BBQ in Marianna.
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« Reply #10489 on: November 08, 2012, 01:37:24 pm »

Make a side trip to Mean Pig BBQ in Cabot. Cabot is not far at all from I 40. You can take The Remington Exit to come to Cabot. :razorback:
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10490 on: November 08, 2012, 01:59:21 pm »

The Mean pig been on Man vs FOOD!
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10491 on: November 08, 2012, 02:08:17 pm »

That would be Jones BBQ in Marianna.


That BarBQ place in Marianna is on the south side of downtown and has VERY limited hours. He only stays open long enough each day to sell what he has made for that day alone. As an aside, he does not sell side orders so if you are the type that likes fries with your BarBQ you are out of luck there. He only sells the bags of chips. He also sells his BarBQ on plain white bread so if you want yours on a bun you can forget that too.

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505263_162-57429886/tiny-bar-b-q-restaurant-wins-big-food-award/
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10492 on: November 08, 2012, 02:08:30 pm »

It is Jones BBQ in Marianna.
got a chance to eat there before a game at dollarway earlier this year. Best bbq ive ate in my life.
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10493 on: November 08, 2012, 02:14:29 pm »

Take 70 from hazen to brinkley or visa versa if heading west.  I make frequent trips back to beebe from memphis and while yes sometimes you can get through with no problems, i quit risking it the day i sat in traffic for 4 hours.
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10494 on: November 08, 2012, 02:21:45 pm »

Take 412 in Springdale and head east, you will have a delightful drive and see some beautiful scenery. At Hoxie stay on 63 and head to WM.
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10495 on: November 08, 2012, 02:32:10 pm »

Take 412 in Springdale and head east, you will have a delightful drive and see some beautiful scenery. At Hoxie stay on 63 and head to WM.

If you are coming from NWA this is the way to go.  We take 412 when we go to branson.  Easy drive. 
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« Reply #10496 on: November 08, 2012, 02:45:56 pm »

Craigs in DeValls Bluff is worth the stop.  Even Nicks in Carlisle is good stuff.  Has good catfish as well.
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10497 on: November 08, 2012, 03:35:34 pm »


That BarBQ place in Marianna is on the south side of downtown and has VERY limited hours. He only stays open long enough each day to sell what he has made for that day alone. As an aside, he does not sell side orders so if you are the type that likes fries with your BarBQ you are out of luck there. He only sells the bags of chips. He also sells his BarBQ on plain white bread so if you want yours on a bun you can forget that too.

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-505263_162-57429886/tiny-bar-b-q-restaurant-wins-big-food-award/


This is accurate...I get up early on Saturday mornings just to try to get up there by 10:00 and sometimes then he is already closed.

He and Shemwell's in Cairo, Illinois are the only two places that I know of that use white bread instead of buns.
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Re: looking for I-40 travel advice
« Reply #10498 on: November 08, 2012, 03:39:38 pm »

I can root for You Guys. I still remember when Cabot beat You Guys in 2009 or 2010 Playoffs. I don't remember. Plus i don't like West Memphis. Go Rogers Heritage beat West Memphis. :razorback:

Lost to NLR in 09, so it must have been Cabot in 10. I had a nephew on the 09 team, and have different nephew on the team this year. We'll do our best. Thanks.
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« Reply #10499 on: November 08, 2012, 03:47:03 pm »

Got the travel info I needed from y'all. Thanks, everyone.
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