I am a fan of BBQ and have eaten my fair share from KC to south Texas to Tennessee. I realize there are many opinions of what makes good BBQ. My qualifiers are that it must be tender, flavorful, and have a good deep rich smoke flavor. A good sauce is a plus. The better the BBQ, the less sauce it should need. I had high hopes as i like their doughnuts and the inside of the place smells good and smoky, BUT I had a brisket sandwich - the mainstay I judge BBQ joints to- i found it dry, tough and without much flavor. I tried to make up for it some with the sauce but then found the sauce to be mostly chile powder flavor (i favor KC style sweet thick style). My son had a turkey sandwich, first choice was chicken but they were out, and I will say this was a much better. It was moist, smokey and had some flavor to it. Maybe I caught em on a bad day for brisket, but if that is true, consistency has to be there for a truly good BBQ place. We shared an order of waffle sweet potato fries which were unique, my first choice was onion rings but they were out. Bye the way, there was only one other customer when we were here so not sure why they seemed to out of so many things but will most likely not be back, too many other BBQ places in the area to choose from.
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