The service was pleasant and efficient. The setting was agreeable, if rather noisy. The portions were large and the prices would have been reasonable had the food beem good.
But that's the problem. The "house-smoked" barbecue was served with a good eastern North Carolina sauce, but it had no taste of smoke -- or much of anything else. The bacon did have some taste, but it was mildly off, and limp to boot. (How hard is it to buy good bacon?) But the worst was the fried okra: aged to the point of woodiness, in a soggy batter that fell off as often as not. Frozen okra from the grocery store would have been far better. (Some cole slaw was OK.)
Given what others have written about this place, we obviously hit them on a very bad day. But either the cook hadn't tasted this food, or doesn't know what pork barbecue, bacon, and fried okra are supposed to be.
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