Archer’s BBQ comes to Lovell Heights

Archer Bagley, owner of Archer’s BBQ, shows a sampling of the barbecue offered at his restaurant. Archer’s has returned to the Farragut area with a new location, 10205 Kingston Pike, across from Fort Sanders West in Lovell Heights. Archer’s BBQ has returned to the Farragut area.

Monday, July 21, owner Archer Bagley opened the doors to his new 1,400-square-foot site, 10205 Kingston Pike, located across from Fort Sanders West in Lovell Heights.

“All the meat we smoke ourselves,” Bagley said. “We do pork, chicken and baby back ribs.

“It’s all fresh food; as fresh as we can make it,” he added. “It’s all homemade as much as possible.”

Customers will find such sides as baked beans, coleslaw, collard greens, creamed corn, green beans and sweet potato chips.

“We make all those from scratch,” he said.

However, Bagley said he does not bake his own bread. Archer’s BBQ buys the bread from Quality Bakeries, which bakes all the bread for Aubrey’s and Litton’s.

Archer’s BBQ first opened for business in February 2011 right across from the Shrimp Dock in Farragut, he said.
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