The lunch special is a sandwich, chips and a can of soda. It is a great value. My smoked brisket sandwich was very good when I added the provided sweet barbeque sauce. Without the sauce, flavor was weak and the beef was slightly dry. Got there at noon; tables on porch were in use and it was difficult to get to the inside counter to order. We should have called in the order. Menu seems limited; primarily chicken, ribs and a few sandwiches. Sides are average. More positively, I like the brisket and ribs, and the prices are good.
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