Mickey Rays is a friendly, comfortable, local restaurant. Good variety on the menu; the brisket is great! Highly recommend MickeyRays.
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Although certainly not Texas barbecue delicious, I would definitely eat at Mickey Rae's and I don't have time to make my own. Known for their dry rub ribs they will give you sauce when requested. Cooked with fall off the bone goodness, the pork ribs...More
Entrees do not include side dishes (slaw, okra, beans, etc.), so if you want more than meat, be prepared to pay more - quite a bit more.
Some of the best BBQ we have ever had (and we have eaten at many Texas BBQ restaurants). We were greeted immediately as we walked in. The staff was friendly and seemed truly happy to be working there. The brisket was moist and lean. Our...More
Place looks great. Very cool & hip, but the food is a far cry from excellent BBQ one should be able to expect from a place completely founded on BBQ. Food is tough, dry and relatively flavorless. Everything on their entire sampler made me wish...More
The meals we have had here (3 nights running) have been so great. The whole staff was polite and very attentive. Dinner came quickly. I had the catfish dinner twice. Homemade great cocktail sauce tops this off. Catfish are hard to fry perfectly because of...More
We had dinner there last night. We ordered the platter for $26.50. Plenty of food for 3 people. Meat moist. Sides delicious. Water is not very good and it was chilly liked the heat was not turned up but the service by Justin and food...More
My wife and I went there for a Friday date night. We were seated quickly by the hostess who commented, "just two?" this is a pet peeve of mine and something that should be removed from the vocabulary of all restaurant hosts and hostesses. I...More
This restaurant is kind of small for general seating but it also has outdoor seating area and a separate dining room area for a group that would seat about 20. There is a small bar. The food has always been good. I usually get the...More
When this place opened near our house in East Boise, I stopped in and had a burnt ends sandwich and was hooked. Numerous Burnt ends and brisket later, they closed and moved across town (into the space that was the Macaroni Grill. It was 3...More