Drive up to this rough hewn building as the hickory smoke rolls out of the front cooking shed and just try to find a place to park. The tiny lot is always full and nearby street parking is difficult to come by. Creative parking is a must but it is worth the effort. One must be just as creative inside. You may need to share a table.
The service is homey and the food tasty and good enough to eat. The three of us are very fond of another Greenville BBQ joint, Henry's, but followed the suggestion of some local folk and introduced ourselves to Mike & Jeff's. We are glad we did and will return because one can never get enough pulled pork.
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