We drove to the restaurant on a Saturday around noon, and were surprised to find a large gathering of people lined up to be seated. We visited a nearby museum and returned at about 1:30 and were seated immediately. The southern bar-b-que was delicious and well worth the inconvenience. We were very glad we returned, and now understand why the crowds were so large. The menu is varied and the service was excellant. The restaurant is not overly impressive from the outside, but the experience was unusually pleasing.
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