We sat at an outside table, which was pleasant. We both ordered the pulled pork sandwich, with the cole slaw topping on the side. Service was fine. While a tad more vinegary than I would have liked, the pulled pork was OK. The fries that came with it were good. The cole slaw was just OK. We each had a beer. I had a Guinness, which was not very cold. Maybe that's how they serve it in Ireland, but the menu says their beers are served at 29 degrees. Mine was no where near that. My wife's Juengling was colder. Judging by looking at their menus, all the restaurants in town are just a tad over-priced, IMO. I suppose they are thinking that people come up from NYC, where the cost of everything is insane. For instance, at this restaurant, the Guinness was $6.50, and Juengling was $5, whereas I've never paid more than $3.50 anywhere else for Juengling. OK, we're cheapskates. But the thing that gave us a feeling that they were desperately trying to boost their bottom line was the baked beans. I have never eaten at a BBQ place that doesn't include them with the meal. My wife wanted some, so we paid extra. They came in a little dish, and I mean little - a tiny amount for $2.50 extra. Really, American Glory? The menu said they were homemade, but I think they were awfully similar to beans I have bought at my local supermarket. The menu also mentioned bacon in the beans, but none was found.