It is one of the few BBQ places in the area, and until I discovered another one near Linden was the only significant BBQ place I knew of. Their sauces are their strong point. They make them themselves and it gives you plenty of options for flavor. However their actual BBQ I have found to be spotty. The ribs are pretty good as is the sausage, but the pulled pork tends to be too dry.
At first their french fries were delicious, but then something changed and they got really rubbery and a bit weird tasting. They've made a come back, but they're not what they once were. The prices are also a bit high compared to what you get from the other local BBQ restaurants. Especially considering their recent way to cope with increasing supply costs was to make the sandwich rolls smaller and keeping the price the same. The cornbread is ok, but for a BBQ restaurant should be better. Its not kept warm, and typically dried out. I've heard good things about their deep-fried potato salad, but not a fan of potato salad and haven't tried it.
The Williamsport location is a bit small inside and its a zoo if you get there between 12 and 1. I always try to get there before or after then otherwise you may have a long wait and in the winter especially no where to eat your food. You have to take it with you back to your car or office.Overall not bad, but after finding Clems on 220 in Linden I'd rather make the drive there.
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