My family and I stopped here on the Friday night of memorial day weekend and were thrilled to find a place where we could get a quick dinner while driving through. Lack of a line should have been a red flag. It took 15 minutes...More
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I've been here many times. It is pretty good BBQ, usually in and out pretty quickly. The decor is not much so don't come for the ambiance, come for a good pulled pork sandwich.
After reading the reviews we decided to give this a try. It is not fancy, but the bbq is delicious. We placed our order and in a few minutes it was ready and piping hot. As we sat inside and ate our lunch, there was...More
Besides great BBQ, Tim, the owner, is really fun to talk to. He is an experienced catfish noodler. Ask to see his fishing photos.
This little restaurant has good barbecue. The facilities are very limited to the customers. No room to stand nor eat as it is run in an old house, without going outside on picnic tables. This negative observation doesn't seem to stop the crowd from coming...More
I tried this place out near Randolph-Macon College. North Carolina BBQ was very good. Hushpuppies were large but tasty. Plenty of sauces to try. Being from North Carolina I had to give it a try and came away impressed. It is an old white single...More
We spotted this little hole in a wall restaurant while looking for some food and decided to try it..these can often have the best food....not this time. The BBQ meat was very bland..we had the pork and the beef sandwiches. The baked beans tasted like...More
I was under the impression that the BBQ was cooked on site. I was told by the counter person that it was not. I was disappointed to learn this. The BBQ was good but disappointed as I do not know whose BBQ I was consuming?...More
Used to be pretty good barbecue but recently the quality has really gone downhill. The last few times we have gotten a pound of pulled pork there has been lots of LARGE pieces of fat and gristle. I know some fat is to be expected...More