It's got a bit of a "dive" vibe but that only made me more hopeful because you know those types of places can have really good food. The menu was also right up my alley with ribs, chicken, and beef, all offered in bbq sauce or, in the case of the chicken, you can also get it fried. There was also a good selection of sides, including my favorite sweet potato fries.
Depending on your choice, you can choose a lunch of under $10 or pay a few dollars more for a combo for $12-$15. Since I wanted to try a little variety, I opted for the combo of BBQ pork ribs and chicken with sweet potato fries. My coworker got the brisket with sweet potato fries and sweet tea.
|BBQ Pork Ribs, BBQ Chicken and sweet potato fries|
The less good: the chicken was tender but the pork ribs were not. I think I'm spoiled with my mom's bbq ribs that just fall off the bone and you could cut with a fork. These ribs were much more hefty and chewy. Alas, they only offered butter knives so cutting through it was even harder. Two generous ribs were also covering the chicken underneath and they all had to share the same plate as the sweet potato fries and two halves of a slice of whole wheat bread. So eating was rather awkward.
|Beef brisket and sweet potato fries|