A warm little hole in the wall. Chairs a bit worn, panting tape used as decor, and the best brisket this side of Texas. So very good. The chicken was a bit dry, but flavorful, the pork was meh, but GET THE BRISKET. Just a Cavet, if you want the fried okra, it is done in a beet batter, not a cornmeal.so it wasn't what I was expecting and not quite as good as I had hoped.
Prices are a bit on the high side and air conditioning on the non-existent side, but I would definitely recommend it.
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