More of a snack bar than a restaurant, by the range of opinions about this place it must be an acquired taste. The meats are are dry but have a decent flavor. The beans are baked beans with a few black beans thrown in. Decent taste but hardly my idea of B-B-Q beans. I expect to find pork meat, onions and stronger seasoning in the beans. The fries are cut too thin, especially the sweet potato fries. The pie slices are too small for the money. The cobblers are hardly cobblers at all, mostly canned fruit with very little pastry. The hot sauce is actually hot but with little flavor. Plastic silverware, not really a dinner stop.
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