We went to Eddie's because our son had worked at the BBQ before it became Eddie's. We thought under a new management things might have changed, the outside certainly had. The food was of poor quality. My wife had pork ribs with a side of potato salad and baked beans, me chicken with corn bread and red potatoes and gravy. Dry chicken, dry cornbread and no flavor. My wife's ribs were also dry and tasteless, potato salad was not done the potatoes were still hard.
Over priced as well for the size of the food on the plate. Would not recommend this place.
One saving grace, the service. It was very good, the only reason I gave a tip.
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