Like so many restaurants in this area, this one is tucked away in a strip mall, so parking is plentiful.
When entering the building the first things you see are the trophies won at many competitions. That barbeque smell stimulates the senses when being seated. The party of four ordered various combinations of ribs, brisket, pulled pork and even chicken. There were five sauces from which to choose; remember St. Louis que is a dry rub and arrives at your table with no visible sauce. The pulled pork was the favorite followed by the ribs. The pork was moist and not overly smoked. The ribs were tender, but a little bit on the flat side of taste. The brisket was the least favorite as it was very dry and chewy and the group decided that they would skip this in the future. The sauces saved the day. They added just the right amount of flavor to really boost the moistness and flavor of the ribs. Sides were adequate, but nothing to rave about.
The food is not inexpensive and the party left thinking that perhaps the ribs were a little overpriced for the quantity served.
Service was good, but not exceptional.