The waitstaff at the local Outback Steakhouse recommended Dixie's. (Anytime a steakhouse recommends somebody else's BBQ, I figure it's worth a try.)
Dixie's can be an adventure to find. It lives in a refurbished garage, beneath an overpass. The dining area is actually *in* the garage. (You can see the garage door tracks overhead.)
I've always had my doubts about "combination" establishments (such as "Frank's French Cheese and Used Tire Emporium") -- some things just don't go together very well. And Dixie's seemed to fit into that category. Granted, a garage-based restaurant is hip, kitschy, and unusual. But the quality of the food is nothing really special.
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