Traveling along I-10, saw a sign & decided to try it.
The sliced brisket & baby back ribs were a little on the dry side; however, the chicken received rave reviews from those at our table that got it.
Prices ranged at our table from about $10 for pulled pork to $15 for the rib sampler, which was two racks of ribs (about 5 ribs a rack).
Probably the best bang for our buck was the $13 plate the guys got that had brisket, pork, chicken & a rib, plus 2 sides & garlic toast.
The service was a little less than desirable. We had to ask for refills on our drinks, and one person never got his tea refilled, although his glass was empty before they even brought out the food.
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