We've been enjoying The BEP since the late 80s when they had preserved jarred food for decoration. I can honestly say that not much has changed. This trip my Pops ordered grilled catfish rather...
About this place
- Mon: 11am-10pm
- Tue: 11am-10pm
- Wed: 11am-10pm
- Thu: 11am-10pm
- Fri: 11am-10pm
- Sat: 11am-10pm
- Sun: 11am-10pm
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They Don't Make 'Em Like They Used To Until recently, I hadn't visited a Black-eyed Pea for well over a decade. Back in the day, its Southern-themed offerings were pretty scrumptious....
This is another old standby of mine. When I used to work in this neighborhood, over a decade ago, I had a boss who loved to go to this particular restaurant whenever he was in town. Since he was...
Oh my god! All there is to say is, get the Irish Pie (without onions and greenbeans). Incredible. Delicious. So amazing. Our server was the sweetest lady, spacing on her name though.Only meh...
So if you ever tire of molecular gastronomy craze, try the down home normal food.The service is decent and best of all it's super cheap.
Black-eyed Pea was founded by the Dallas-based restaurateur, Gene Street, in 1975. The restaurant s tag line is Home Style Cooking at its Best . It specializes in chicken-fried steaks, meatloaf and slow-cooked pot roasts. Black-eyed Pea serves entrees with two of its prepared vegetables, such as baked squash casserole, mashed potatoes and black-eyed peas, as well as hot yeasty wheat rolls. The restaurant s menu features home-style dishes from the South, such as fried catfish, okra, broccoli, rice casserole and corn bread. In addition, the restaurant offers a free children s entree with the purchase of an adult entree. Black-eyed Pea maintains a location in Denver.