I'm not a huge fan of southern "smoked" bbq(I prefer rotissarie or traditional bbq), but this was quite good and the portion was enough for my wife and I to share one entree and one small salad and feel quite satisfied without even finishing the meal. The bbq chicken diner was a large half chicken plus 2 sides. I found the white meat just a bit on the dry side, although the skin was very tasty and my wife, who prefers the dark meat, liked it a lot. The sides we chose were baked beans and sweet potato/pecan brulee - both were very good, but very sweet - I now know why Paula Dean is so chubby. Our server was lovely and cheerful and the restaurant was bright and clean (if a bit hard to locate - our GPS seemed a confused, but did finally get us there).
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