Monk's BBQ is the best ribs I've had in a long time. The mac and cheese is a great addition. Interesting selection of beers.
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Five of us ate lunch here after getting our Christmas tree. The sides (mashed garlic potatoes, baked beans, corn bread, smoked Gouda macaroni and cheese) were terrific! Each of us received very generous portions of our respective barbecued meat - and they were all done...More
The pastrami and beans were excellent! The cornbread is custard filled which was different but good. The pickles, pulled pork and chicken were also very good. My sister got the nachos which were delicious but messy to eat. The staff was friendly. Highly recommend if...More
Amazing Burnt Ends, and The Pastrami is to die for....its all good!! You can't go wrong at Monqs. It does get loud when the live music is going on. Just in case you want to take the kids, I would go on the earlier side.
We had heard about this place for a while but never made the drive out to find it. We got there at just the right time as we could walk right up and order. While we were eating the line grew... it was almost out...More
Sure that personality is a bit honky tonk redneck but it isn't a chain or in a strip mall. Live music, a decent bar and lots of elements that belong in a Texas roadhouse style BBQ joint. Fell just short of Willards for us but...More
This place does not need another review, but in a spirit of sharing a great find with others I would like to offer a few words. The vibe at this place and the food is excellent, so is the staff. The price range I would...More
Great pulled pork, ribs and PASTRAMI. Brisket was a little too dry for me, and collard greens were very vinegary--almost tasted pickled. Stick with the spicy baked beans, smoked Gouda mac and cheese, and absolutely the cornbread custard (like a sweet corn cake) and you...More