Guy's Pig & Anchor Smokehouse / Brewhouse on Mardi Gras

4.0
(21 Reviews)

Follow the sweet smell of smoke to this onboard, open-air smokehouse where Barbecue Hall of Famer Guy Fieri does real-deal barbecue his way with big time meats, sides, and signature barbecue sauces.

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Cost: Included

21 Guy's Pig & Anchor Smokehouse / Brewhouse Reviews

5.0

by Rbailey71

Food was great except for the chicken- avoid it! It way over done!!

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5.0

by Chadscott

This was delicious in my opinion. I only tried it at lunch, but wish I could’ve gone back another time, but again, limited time and too many other dining venues to try. I had seconds though :)

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5.0

by Bcruisinsoon

had dinner we were in front of the band amazing talent

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5.0

by binabinet56

Good food, and good service

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1.0

by Liono2020

Guys pig & anchor food- this stuff was awful!! My ribs were over cooked looked like they had been sitting awhile!! The smoked cheddar sausage had a strange taste to it, unsure if I should eat it? The sliced brisket was good just a little cold. The coleslaw was awful never had warm coleslaw!! The Mac and cheese was decent, the greens beans were great and the French fries were cold and salty. The pulled pork was good and so were the baked beans. The chicken was alright, it must have not been too good my daughter played with it. This is my second time eating at pig & anchor and it will be my last. I would have been extremely upset and demand a refund if we have to pay.

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3.0

by Wash07

It was Okay. Not what I expected but the entertainment from the band was good.

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5.0

by ejcandklk

Good BBQ food. The collard greens are the best I've ever had. I need that recipe. The meats themselves were good. Juicy and moist.

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4.0

by barbnyy

The food is pretty good, they have a small breakfast buffet in the mornings. In the afternoons everyone can enjoy Guy's barbecue via a walk-up window outside and in the evenings it's actually barbecue table service. Essentially it's the same menu but they do have a different daily special so check out the menu as soon as you board. Normally you would have to pay to eat dinner here but right now Carnival is including it for free during the Mardi Gras inaugural season! The best thing about it is really the space itself, it's a huge restaurant where they hold activities throughout the day, such as trivia and a fun backyard/country type party. They have a small stage in the corner so they have bands perform every night. While you can get the beer elsewhere on the ship, this is where they brew it.. there are 4 varieties under the Parched Pig brand. If you plan on drinking a lot of beer definitely purchase the souvenir 32 oz. mason jar at the beginning of your cruise. It really works out to be a great deal because you can get huge refills for cheaper, of all the beers they have on tap and even cocktails. The only negative is that the glass isn't very well made.. It has a medal disk with the logo that was glued to the front and mine came off.

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