Coarse chopped pork, some pieces still with fat. That's a wonderful thing in my book. Not having too many fond BBQ experiences in the Commonwealth, I wasn't expecting much from Peck's. I was very surprised to find that their sandwiches are generous and delicious. The sauce isn't sweet, contains a nice dose of cracked black pepper, and makes for a good sandwich. The fine chopped sandwiches are good, but now that I've tried the coarse chopped and the sliced, I won't go back. Two sandwiches and a 32 ounce sweet tea are about $7 or so. If you're in the area and sandwiches are your preferred method of BBQ enjoyment, I recommend it. Too many places north of the Carolinas treat the BBQ sandwich as an afterthought or a necessary evil. Peck's prides themselves on the sandwich. There's also a drive-through window, which is great because the place gets crowded during lunch time. The atmosphere is very "Southern BBQ joint" - good folks in John Deer caps or work khakis laughing and enjoying themselves.
Everybody has an opinion about what BBQ should taste like. Although this isn't the BBQ I grew up with down south, it's a pretty fine substitute.
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