A lot of folks have tried to make the Cedar Post (as it is still known) a viable business. The folks of Fat Boys have kept it going for quite some time now. It is conveniently located off I-75 Exit 129 and out of site of the Wendy's, McDonalds and Waffle House. Lucky for the locals. I'd hate to have to wade through a bunch of tourists--- but if you're willing to venture off the main drag a bit, it's well worth it (but promise to blend with the locals). This place is not within the Georgetown City limits, so smoking is allowed. As a non-smoker, that's never been a real problem.
The BBQ is smoked on site. All the side items seem to be pretty standard stuff, most likely not home made. The food is plentiful (my pulled pork plate with two sides made lunch for the next day) and reasonably priced. Service is down-home. The decor is a collection of antiques, military memrobilia, Coca Cola collectibles, etc. The building itself is a log cabin, though I'm not sure if it is historic or originally built for a restaurant.
Friday and Saturday nights feature Karaoke, which can be irritating or not. The night we were there wasn't too bad. The music isn't so loud you can't hear yourself think.
We've also used this place to cater special events, they are quite competitive with pricing.
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