Ordered a sandwich and couldn't get it without sauce. I'm not a fan of BBQ sauce and when a place doesn't offer their food without sauce, I suspect their food prep. In this case I was right. The meat was dry and the sauce was used to try to cover that fact.
The people were very nice and they answered my questions about the area. They also helped me get a few things before I headed out in to the mountains for a couple days. Too bad the server couldn't help with the sandwich.
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