We went there over spring break. A quirky place with lines forming with lawn chairs, blankets, umbrellas at 10 for the 11am opening. They serve amazing ribs, brisket, sausage, turkey, coleslaw, etc. with brown butcher paper for your plate. We went twice and couldn't get there before they ran out of ribs and turkey. The hand chopped beef and brisket was best ever. Large mouthwatering portions with great sauces. They close when they run out of meat: usually by 1:30 pm. My teenage son saw it and said, "it's ghetto, I am not eating there." We stopped and waited in line, ate, and he hasn't stopped talking about his " best BBQ ever" since coming home.
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