Stumbled upon this place while looking for MoMo's. Decided to give it a try. Not a good decision. The three girls working behind the counter were oblivious. I ordered the rib platter, but they didn't know what that was. Wanted to know if I wanted the large or small. I only saw one on the menu, so I asked for the $9.99 platter. Very disappointed to see that hey didn't serve beer. Strike One! BBQ and beer go together like peanut butter and jelly. I stood there waiting for a few minutes, before I was told that I could sit down, and someone would bring it out to me. During that brief wait, I noticed the religious music that was playing. Second strike!
After sitting and waiting for a few more minutes, I was handed a to-go bag. I told the girl that I had asked to eat it here, and she apologized. I opened the bag to find everything wrapped in waxed paper. I had to get up to ask for a plate. Strike three, before I had even taken my first bite!
I got three ribs for my $9.99, along with two tiny hush puppies, and an order of fries. Ribs weren't bad. Hush puppies tasted like old frying oil.
Oh, did I mention that I was the ONLY customer in the restaurant? During my visit, 7:15ish (pm) to around 7:45, not another soul visited this place. While I was dining, the workers had already begun tearing down the place for the night. When I went for a refill of tea, it had already been put away. I did find a pile of religious pamphlets in the place where the tea had been. Perhaps I didn't notice them earlier.
They might as well put it all away and shut the doors for good. This place has no interest in serving anything except religious propaganda.
I saw they had a "A" grade for sanitation. Must have paid someone off! The place is not clean at all, and doesn't even have a restroom to wash the sauce off of your fingers, once you're done choking on the religion that was just forced down your throat. I would have given two stars if it wasn't for my "Religious Experience!"
Very bad experience...Wish I could give less than one star.