We ate here prior to the Liberty Bowl. Any time you go eat in the South and they call you "honey" or "darling" you know it's going to be a good experience. This didn't disappoint. I don't eat pork but the rest of my party loved theirs, and my turkey BBQ was very good. The homemade BBQ chips and the cole slaw were especially notable. The sweet tea was great. It felt very down home.
It was also cheap, with large portions if you get the sandwich platter. The only downside was I asked to have them put on the Kentucky/Louisville b-ball game but they kept it on football. :)
This place was great, I'm just rating it 4 stars only because it's not exactly a gourmet kind of place.