Stopped by this restaurant with my family (hubby, 3 kids, MIL and FIL) on the way to see Lane Southern Orchards. My MIL had seen a fabulous review of this place on TV. We and my in-laws like to test out BBQ places, as we have yet to be blown away.
Anyway, I like the history of this restaurant, the original building, and the atmosphere. Employees are very friendly, dining areas are clean.
The food was only average per BBQ standards to us. The sauce they put on our BBQ pulled-pork sandwiches was good, but all the sauce in the bottles on the tables were too vinegar-y...and no other options were available.
My 5-year-old wanted ketchup instead of BBQ sauce on his sandwich. He grabbed the ketchup bottle (your standard red picnic ketchup bottle), and poured it on his sandwich...only to find it was hot BBQ sauce! Really? Putting hot BBQ sauce in a standard-recognized red picnic ketchup bottle -- and with NO label on it? It seems all the red ketchup bottles on the tables had the hot BBQ sauce in it with no labels. We didn't complain, just gave my son some meat that hadn't been drenched yet.
The coleslaw was very, very sweet. My 12-year-old son liked the Brunswick stew.
Overall, average BBQ.
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