Aesops Table

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Aesops Table
Aesops Table is listed in the Billiard Parlors & Halls category in Saint Paul, Minnesota. Displayed below are the social networks for Aesops Table which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Aesops Table on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 79.

Contact information for Aesops Table is:
919 Dale St N
Saint Paul, MN 55103
(651) 488-6591

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Aesops Table has an overall ZapScore of 79. This means that Aesops Table has a higher ZapScore than 79% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Saint Paul, Minnesota is 40 and in the category is 34. Learn more about ZapScore.

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HELLO HELLO!!! I hope you all are having a great week so far! Sorry to be so spotty with the posts, I'm just not a very good typer so it takes me a long time to do these and thank goodness we have been very busy as of late. Like today we have a party for 575 people for Health Partners and to other little parties for 30 plus the shop. Please let me know if you want me to keep telling the story of Mr porker if so I will do a couple stories a week till it's told, he had a very interesting life. Special: 2 deluxe porker sliders with Jo Jo's and pot salad.$8.95 Soup: Wolfgang Herrmann

So at a young age Mr Porker was diggin pits and roastin hogs for his whole town. By the time he was 14 he was a master he could roast any animal any where all he needed was a shovel do dig a pit and some wood his favorite was hickory and white oak but if all he could find was sassafras he would use that as well. When he turned 15 the town of Smithville which is called Southport NC now had asked Mr porker to come to their independence day celebration to Smoke hogs for the whole town. Now this was no small task these two towns are almost as far apart as you can get, now a days it's about a 4 hour drive but back then on horse your looking at 4 days now ad in herding 100 hogs and your looking at over a week. Mr Porkers birth name was Joseph Daniel by the time he arrived with his 75 pigs (yup he lost 25) the tales of this young man had spread across the state and his nick name became Mr Porker. Special: Pot roast w/ mashed potatoes, Gravy, Veggies, and a bun. $9.95. Or Pot roast sandwich w/ Chips and Pickle $8.95 Soup: Chicken noodle. $3.50 This is our smoked turkey!

Hi everybody! Sorry very busy morning no time to do Mr Porker's story. Special: B.B.Q. Ribs w/ Au-Gratin potatoes & Garlic toast. $7.95 Special # 2: B.B.Q. Platter Ribs, porker slider, and burnt ends. $9.95 Soup: Smokehouse Steak and potatoes $3.50

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Well lets get started! Here is the story of Mr Porker, He was born from what I can gather in North Carolina in the 1800's in a town called Wright's crossroad which is now Reidsville. His family had a hog farm even though the main income in the area was from tobacco at the time. Growing up on a hog farm he learned at a young age how to dig a pit and roast a pig, his family supplied all of the farms in the area with pork for their workers and it was a pretty good living. Sorry just had the third person call in, so I better get to work I'll pick up where I left off tomorrow. Special: Half pound bacon burger w/Jo Jo's and a pickle $8.95 Soup: Smokehouse Steak and potatoes $3.50 P.S. Building is done being painted looks great!

One of my friends Cindi asked where the name The Porker's Pit came from yesterday. This is a story that will take more than one post to tell, so let me start by saying Mr Porker was a gentlemen that moved to Minnesota in the late 1800's. There is a awesome story of his life that I will tell you, but like I said it will take a few post to tell it all. I'll start by giving you a little back ground on how I got the story. I was born raised and bought my first house in North St Paul MN, It was build in 1887 and needed a lot of work. I was only 20 years old had a wife and two kids, Aesop's had only been open for three years so you can imagine the remodel was slow going. I found lots of cool things in the walls as I ripped them down, one of them was the journal of a man that everyone called Mr Porker He was a BBQ pit master from long ago and I found his life's story not to mention his recipes in the upstairs bedroom wall. So come back tomorrow and I will start to tell Mr Porkers Story. What you really should do is like Aesop's page That way you won't miss any of the story. Special: 2 Chuckwagon sandwiches with cole slaw chips and dip. $8.95 Soup: Creamy Cajun Chicken. $3.50