We went on a Thursday evening and it was lively with a host of regulars at the bar and most of the booths and tables full. It's dark inside and seemingly cramped for space, but the eclectic array of collectibles and odd signs distract you from the hum of activity. The bar is U-shaped and sits in the middle of the main dining area. An old wood cigar store indian greets you as you walk through a small entrance on the backside, thru a small dining area where larger groups can sit, and into the bar/main dining area. We found a booth available and sat ourselves. Thursday evenings they offer a rib special for $8.95 which includes a 1/2 rack of fall off the bone, charred pork ribs and a side of french fries. You can substitute for the fries which my wife did and she ordered a salad. They make their own salad dressings at the Tic Toc and we found both the creamy italian and the honey mustard very good. I ordered a side of cole-slaw with my ribs and it was delicious and just how I like it. A little sweetness, but not to much, and not too liquidy as well. It goes great with these ribs, which are slow-cooked in a portable smoker they have sitting outside the restaurant. Boothe after boothe we saw everyone ordering the ribs so they are very popular. The only negative I found about our meal was the draft beer(s) I ordered. The first was a Blue Moon and I thought it was flat, so I requested a replacement. I ordered a Fat Tire thinking it might have a little more zip to it but alas, it also seemed flat to me. Don't know if because of the extreme temps in the area that this might have caused the beers to seem flat or if there's an issue with their draft system, but the next time, I order a bottle instead. We thoroughly enjoyed the ribs, atmosphere and service and will definitely be returning.
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