No frills here, but the chopped brisket and the ribs were excellent. Standard sides, and they appear to be homemade. The beans are not BBQ beans but rather a soupy, smokey, peppery mixture. The sauce is a sweet BBQ type, similar to kc masterpiece. Two plates with two sides, toast and drinks were about $30. You can get takeout, and there are daily specials. Not fancy, just good BBQ. Soft drinks only.
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