A most unusual Bar-B-Que “establishment”. Very difficult to find. Use your GPS, or be a local. Once you drive over the uneven gravel entrance-way you will come across what looks to be a demolished small warehouse building with no windows. But once inside, the rustic, down-home, bar-b-que atmosphere takes over. The menu is basic “que” fare; ribs, brisket, pulled pork, and the usual sides. Prices are reasonable, especially considering the huge portions. You will not leave hungry! The service is very good and friendly. We ordered the pulled pork and sliced brisket sandwiches with beans and a hot-link for the sides. The pulled pork sandwich was huge and very good. The brisket sandwich was like-wise enormous, but on the dry-side. It took the sauce to make it moist again. The hot-link was way-too-dried out, and should not have even been served. Overall the food was good, not the best bar-b-que I’ve ever had, but the overall dining experience was very unusual with good food and gracious service.
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