We visited at Noon on Friday, December 2, 2011. They were out of potato salad for the day!?! You order at a counter with the menu posted on a wall. The daily specials are hidden behing the person at the cash register taking your order. By the way, that was the owner himself today; poor customer service, no please, no thank you. You get a number on a metal stand that you put on ypur table for later delivery. The pulled pork sandwiches were $7.50 each, served with bagged potato chips. You need to order your bbq sauce at the time of order, it is served on the side in a small cup. A regular side (when ordered with a sandwich) is $1.50, we had the beans. Fountain soda, with free refills, $1.50. Order comes to your table in about 15 to 20 minutes.
The pork is served on a crusty french baguette. The bread is so overpowing and hard that it takes over the sandwich. I would have rather have had a bun instead. The pulled pork is very tender and evidence of smoke ring on the exposed meat bits in the mix. But there is no real seasoning to the meat, it really could have used some salt and pepper! The sauce is served in a small cup on the side. My wife had the mild Honey BBQ sauce - it had a wierd metalic aftertaste. I had the owner's original medium Espresso BBQ sauce which was OK, but nothing special. The beans may have come out of a can with added meat bits. Again, OK, but nothing special. It was an average lunch, but we have no reason to return for average food.