Stopped in for lunch after the Mercer museum. They were very busy and the resturant was very small but we lucked out and got a table immediately. The owner took our order, even bringing me a taste of bbq sauce when I asked if it was sweet or vinegary. Super nice. The food was excellent- both my pulled port and my husband's brisket. The fries and more than enough to share and the collard greens were some of the best I've ever eaten. Prices are a bit on the high side but, really, you should expect to pay a bit more for real, quality food. Definitely give them a try.
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