I never had the privilege of going to the old location, but I sure can't imagine it would be any better than this one. I have to contradict some other reviews about poor waitstaff and bad lunch experiences. During lunch, I have had to order at the bar, pick up my food, and take it to my seat. It's just like you would do at other barbecue joints, but the food is better. I don't have a problem with that. Also, I have had nothing but extremely good service from several visits there. We even had a table of 15 for a birthday party and the two waitresses tended to our never-ending needs perfectly. The only food I have had so far that has been subpar were they smoked deviled eggs. They are interesting at best. The best thing on the menu may very well be the pork nachos. It's huge and delicious. Their barbecue sauce gets high marks for its unique flavor and how can you not like a flight of bacon. It is been too cold to sit outside, but it looks like it faces the road making me unsure of the ambience. I would prefer to be inside anyway because of the contemporary yet rustic feel. It's an open air restaurant/bar. Good selection of beers complement a strong menu. There are appetizers for everyone. The brisket is good and the ribs are tasty, but average (I admit I'm not a rib fan). The pulled pork is fantastic. I am particularly fond of their soda fountain which does not offer any of the top products. They use a bottling company from North Carolina that uses pure cane sugar in their drinks and offers the classics: Cheerwine, cream soda, root beer, cola, ginger ale, black cherry soda and so on. They even have the local favorite, Ale81 on tap. I would love to be there on a Friday or Saturday night when there's live music having a beer and pork nachos at the bar, But I haven't found that opportunity yet. I most certainly will.