I had a coupon for "Randy White's BBQ". I went to the address to find a BBQ restaurant that did not have a restaurant name on the outside of the building. When I walked in, they had tons of Randy White pictures all over the wall, so I thought I was in the right place.
I ordered off a menu that was made with printer paper and a sharpie. It said you could order different combinations of meats and sides (ex. 1 meat and 2 sides for $X.XX, 2 meat and 2 sides for $X.XX), but the list of meat and sides was nowhere to be found. The menu was not clear, but we placed our order based on our coupon. When we got to the register, we found that the restaurant had changed hands and would no longer accept my coupon.
As far as the food was concerned, it was okay. However, I consider it to be below Spring Creek standards. They didn't have any bread or rolls (unusual for Texas BBQ), a list of available meats and sides was nowhere to be found, and lastly, the portions didn't fill us up.
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