A new, Southern BBQ Roadhouse is accessible from inside the Match Cigar Bar in Jeffersonville.
It’s the No Fork in Way food truck, which will be parked behind Match Cigar Bar at 207 Spring Sstreet. Customers will be able to access No Fork In Way through Match. They will serve southern-style barbecue, hardwood grilled steaks, seafood and more.
Rob Comings of No Fork In Way will partner with Match Cigar Bar owners Jeff & Sara Mouttet to bring top of the line cigars and bourbon to guests with a new foodie element.
Guests have the opportunity to taste delicious, distinguished cooking of Rob Comings at his new business venture, a food truck, ‘No Fork In Way’. The menu includes a variety of flavorful food options like Fish and Chips, Shrimp, Crab Cakes to BBQ sandwiches, sirloins, tacos and more. You can visit Match Cigar Bar for a taste of No Fork In Way between 3:00pm and 10:00pm, Monday through Saturday.
About Match Cigar Bar
Easily accessible to those in Southern Indiana and the Louisville Metro, Match Cigar Bar is located at 207 Spring Street in Jeffersonville, Indiana. Owned by Jeff and Sara Mouttet, their mission is to provide a premium smoke shop and cigar bar in the Louisville metropolitan area, a destination featuring the friendliest staff and the cleanest, most comfortable environment for cigar smokers locally and those nationwide visiting the Kentuckiana region.
About No Fork In Way
No Fork In Way is a new business venture that will serve southern-style BBQ cooked on a custom rotisserie smoker, hardwood grilled steaks, chops and seafood. Concentrating on sourcing local products and made from scratch cooking, No Fork In Way will bring delicious, authentic southern food to the Louisville and Southern Indiana area.
Rob Comings is a native of Southern California, where he gained early cooking experience before moving to Louisville in 2000 to achieve a culinary degree from Sullivan University. He previously worked at the Seelbach Hilton with Jim Gerhardt, Mike Cuhna and Matt Durham and later and was the executive chef of Kitty O’kirwarns in the St. Matthew’s area. Comings found his passion for smoking meats when he moved to Australia and noticed the absence of real barbecue. He honed his skills while wakeboarding on the weekends, but building the #1 Mexican Restaurant in Sydney, Australia, Baja Cantina. After the birth of his two boys, Comings and his wife decided to bring their family, and his talents back to Louisville, Kentucky.