we hit this place for lunch. it is rather campy,,, the line to order is between the few inside tables...so your butt is always near someone's face or vice versa...we opted to eat outside. They have an old school bus you can eat in. the only menu was taped to counter and you dont have but a minute to look at it till you need to order....so we both ordered the bbq sammie with fried taters. the lemonade is exceptional. We were told our orders would be right out to us. We waited....we waited....I noticed people who had come in and ordered after us were getting food and yet we were not. I finally ask where out food was..and it came out minutes later with the old standard excuse "the ticket had fallen in the kitchen"
the meat is pulled with no sauce...there is a large selection of sauces. my husband got the 'hot as hell' sauce which he enjoyed, i got the standard sweet sauce. one cute thing...on the walk are red buckets with 'dont litter' on them. you take the bucket with a roll of paper towels, ketchup and bbq sauce out with you to the picnic tables.
All and all its a good bbq place. I would go there again and tell friends to stop in.
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