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Very unassuming little building in the middle of town. Delicious bbq, family owned for 54 years. The brisket, turkey sausage and sides were very good.
Good value for the money. This little place is old but very clean.
Tasty, different, interesting place! We tried the turkey sausage sandwich and it was good. Rather pricey for what you get but at least we had the experience. And.......that’s all I’m going to say about this one.
I have lived here and called this area home for over 20 years. Inman's was one of the places my husband took me when I first came.. It was fantastic. I had Birthday party and Thanksgiving at my home I order a lot of things...More
Visiting from Florida. Pulled up to shanty building but went in to have BBQ anyway. Felt unclean & uncomfortable inside. Only brisket & turkey sausage choices & no side choices with plate dinner costing more than $9. You get coleslaw with pickle relish in it...More
We were short on time. Few cars in front indicated a short wait. Went in to order food with my younger female friend. An older heavy set man behind the counter looked up and made a offensive comment implying that my companion was just a...More
This is a great place for great Texas BBQ. It's located in an old white house just off of Hwy 281. Be sure and get some extra BBQ sauce. I usually get the "bun" (sliced brisket) with extra sauce and onions on the side. I...More
Bought Brisket, Turkey Sausage, and a pint of Sauce. Took it all to-go. The turkey sausage is very lean. I think it is especially good with the sauce. Brisket was tender, almost to the falling apart stage, but not quite. A sign said ribs Wednesday,...More