It was late afternoon on a Friday, and we wanted dinner before our early movie. SmoQ was right there and waiting for us--and so were a bunch of waiters just standing around. I guess they eventually got moving when the crowd rolled in. Part of that crowd sitting next to us decided to put their phone on speaker and let us in on their loud conversation, which was unpleasant but not the restaurant's fault (although they could have mentioned something). My husband and I split an order of chicken and waffles and a brisket sandwich, and our friend got the pulled pork sandwich & peach tea (unsweetened, which is hard to find). Everything was good enough. We all enjoyed our sandwiches with mustard slaw. The waffle part of the chicken & waffles was sweet potato flavored with cinnamon butter & syrup--not as good as Taste of Belgium, but tasty enough. We expected to get sides with it, but the waiter said they'd changed their menu and eliminated them on many of the dishes to lower the price. We could've had them for $3.29--I don't think so, although they sounded so enticing. The sandwiches did come with brown sugar barbecue chips, which we wolfed down. We all preferred the sweet barbecue sauce over the other two. We also indulged in two baskets of corn muffins (and could easily have eaten a few more--wonderful!). What wasn't wonderful was the price. Portions were not huge but the bill ... let's just say it was above average for a barbecue place.