The tri tip was tender enough to cut with a plastic fork. So was the brisket that my husband ordered. The smokiness was just right. The sautéed red pepper and onion mixture didn't add any flavor to the meat and the BBQ sauce was a bit sweet. The jalapeño sauce was spicy. All the sides are homemade. My choices were potato salad and coleslaw. Both had a good flavor and weren't dripping with mayo. The sandwiches are big enough to share.
The atmosphere isn't much. Food is served on paper plates with plastic cutlery. Who cares? The food is great!
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