On a whim we decided to get takeout from WB's for Father's Day. Checking out the menu online we at first thought it was limited, but once you think about it...what more do they need? They have 5 main items, 4 side items with fish, beef ribs and lamb on Friday, Saturday, Sunday as specials. Leaving Spencer to relax (it was Father's Day) I jumped in the car thinking 'this should be easy' - not! Word is out about WB and the small parking lot was jammed and there was a line out the door. Luckily, this place not only has amazing food - they are also super efficient! By the time I parked the line was contained to inside. TIP: Know what you want before you walk in. After you walk in, queue up, order, pay, step aside and wait for your name to be called. As I waited, I took it all in. The young man at the register was an excellent multitasker - taking orders and payments, balancing containers stuffed full of food and calling out names, handing out containers and getting information from another gentleman on the status of what they are out of and for how long. There is a table with chairs, but I didn't see anyone staying to eat - it was all take out. TIP: If you have multiple containers, they have bags available - you just have to ask and might want to bag it yourself, this dude is BUSY! Once home with this delicious smelling food, we dug right in without waiting for dinner. The portions are LARGE and there was plenty to have another meal later. Spencer had a full rack with mac and cheese. M&C is really creamy and rich - perfect with the tangy ribs that were fall-off-the-bone delicious! I had the pork shoulder with the bun on the side. The coleslaw was very good as well, not too wet and with tasty pickles on top. Total price $40 which is a good deal for this high quality, large servings of barbecue. So if you haven't been - go and embrace the experience!