I hadn't been there for a few years, but still had fond memories of peanut shells on the floor. They're still there. Son and girlfriend took me out last Saturday evening, and I made a [recommended] reservation. The table was ready for us. PLAIN tables, and very rough looking booths, with non moving benches. Remember, this is a SOUTHERN barbeque joint. No grilled steaks that I remember. This is southern fried chicken, pulled pork, smoked/barbequed brisket and ribs....both back and side ribs. They had added a liquor licence since I was last there, and their locally brewed draft beer is excellent and well priced. The fried pickles and onion straws as appetizers were fantastic [with exceptionally high marks for the pickles] My combo of ribs, pulled pork and brisket, with real mashed potatos and a so-so gravy, beans on the side, was mouth watering. Son just kept going on and on about the brisket and excellent fries [beans on the side] and girlfriend loved the pulled pork, coleslaw and green salad, balsamic dressing on the side.
This is a place to go with jeans on and have a heck of a good time and a heck of a good meal, with friendly and quick service [remember, we had a reservation]. Some folks lined up at the door had to wait for a while.
This is reminiscent of barbeque joints I have been to in the deep south. Only thing they have down there that Camp 31 didn't have was big never ending glasses of iced tea, a staple of the south.
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