When I first heard the name of this new restaurant, I assumed a southern fried knock off of Hooters had just opened. I was not in a hurry to check it out.
We kept hearing how good the bbq was so we decided to try it one day, as there are not too many places to chose from in this small town.
It was the complete opposite of what we imagined. The waitresses were in Jeans and boots. A couple did have shirts that tie in the front but all had a tank underneath. It had a totally family feel. The walls are decorated with items such as saddles and old pieces of rusty farm equipment.
We have now been twice. While we have not tried the bbq yet, what we have tried has been very good. The waitresses are very friendly.
There is a wall dividing the family dining area from the stage/lounge area where live music is played on the weekend.
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