And for a Canajun who's never really tried BBQ, Texas style.
Casual fast food is how I'd class it. Clean, appropriate décor, smokey smell as soon as you open the door. Not noisy at all on a Tuesday night at 7ish pm.
Really good service! Great recommendations from the server. And very quick!
Menu (remember I'm a Canuck) was limited ... mostly ... well ... BBQ.
My colleague did the rib platter, 'dry' as I recall (recommended by server) and sampled the various sauces on the table. Baked beans (one must, apparently, have those baked beans to be enjoying the authentic experience!) and potato salad. Smacked his lips when done.
Since I was comparatively a Texas BBQ 'virgin' I did the Five Meat Treat ... five samplers including pulled pork, pulled chicken, sausage, beef brisket, ribs. Cole slaw and those requisite baked beans. Tonnes of food, couldn't finish it all!
We each enjoyed a couple of glasses of wine while we chatted.
I'm told there are 'fancier' BBQ places I must try next time, but this was a darn good start.
And I'm proud to say I'm not longer a Texas BBQ 'virgin'!
Give this or one of the other locations a try!
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