BBQ sauces are as local as the daily newspaper, and we just did not like any of their sauce choices. My husband smokes ribs, Boston butts, chicken, turkeys, etc. at home, and makes sauce, so we're probably just spoiled, but upon getting out of the car and based on the smoky smell, we were expecting very good BBQ.
The meat was of good quality, and cooked well. I had the chicken [a tad dry for me, but then on the other hand if it's too moist, I would be complaining that it might not have been done, lol], and hubby had ribs and brisket. The people in the previous review must not have eaten at the same ribs places as we did in Memphis, ha-ha, because we just didn't find these anywhere near Memphis category. Had the sauces been a little better, things might have been easier to "fix", but of all the places in the SE [and beyond] that we have gone for BBQ [on and off the beaten path] these were some of the most, well, unique for sure, sauces, and we just didn't happen to care for them.
The dinner salads were fresh and very good. I'm not sure who came up with their baked beans, but they didn't seem to be cooked well [that's just my Southern take on it, at least] so I only had one bite. The blueberry cobbler that came with our meal was good and hubby preferred it over our Southern version b/c he is not a "biscuit-batter-for-dessert-type" person, so the cake texture was a nice change for us.
Since we did literally "turn around in the road" - as we were headed north - we cannot say that we would do that again in order to eat here.