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Traditional Southern wood-pit ,award-winning barbecue. Our sauces and rubs are made in-house. All of our techniques and recipes are the result of 11 years of cooking experience on the professional barbecue competition circuits throughout the country.
Takeaway dinner. Chocked full wet brisket sandwiches—oh yea. Sides of chips green beans and coke and onion salad. Just right. Fountain Cokes the home office the home office would be proud of. Friendly and great prices. “Sam” took the orders today and shared some great...More
This is definitely the best BBQ in town. Consistently fresh and tasty. Never a disappointment. Meaty Ribs with little fat. Excellent juicy Pork and Brisket. Good Cole Slaw, and excellent Potato Salad. Brunswick Stew is full of meat and vegetables. Not at all watery. Great...More
Dinner at Sam's BBQ-1 was our choice one night last week. A new offering is a sandwich side and drink for $10 and we both chose that. My wife had the pork sandwich with a side of brisket chili (a new occasional option) and a...More
There is a lot of good bbq out there. This joint is one of the very best. Hell the beans were better than some pulled pork I’ve been served. But it should. They excel at sides here. The mac n cheese is some of the...More
We previously thought the food was OK, but in recent visits they have consistently had a snotty attitude. This even included a $250 carry-out order and I walked out thinking “nothing is worth putting up with that attitude “
Goodbye- I won’t be back.
Response from 488randiec | Reviewed this property |
It's variable. The beef rib, called a short rib, is market priced. When the cut gets too expensive they don't buy 'em. Last time I was there, they only had dinner-sized cuts, so I ate a $10.25 pork rib platter instead... More
It's variable. The beef rib, called a short rib, is market priced. When the cut gets too expensive they don't buy 'em. Last time I was there, they only had dinner-sized cuts, so I ate a $10.25 pork rib platter instead. The beef rib was around $17, including 2 sides and bread. Not bad, but a whole lot more than I wanted for lunch.
They do sell out, so I would call ahead lf I had my heart set on beef rib. They'll quote you the day's price as well.
Hope this helps.
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