When it comes to BBQ, it’s hard to find one as authentic as this, with the atmosphere to boot.
The pulled pork sandwich is a family favorite as well as the salmon, and according to my friend Blaine who is from the south and knows southern BBQ – the food was perfection. The sides are luscious and the cornbread is more like a dessert. We’ve never been able to get there on a Thursday night for the prime rib special, but that is our goal. Last time we were there, the people at the next table were eating the turkey tips and raving about them, so I’ll probably try them next.— Kathy R.
This is one of the better BBQ places I’ve found in New England…good food, reasonable prices for the amount you get (good sized portions). Unfortunately, there does not exist a place in New England like I frequented when I lived in the south, but this is as close as you will come in a restaurant around here. — Sharon P.
Yummy-family-owned-off-the-beaten-path-Americana-¬B.B.Q.-honky-tonk-deliciousness. The food is amazing and it’s such a cute ambiance. Love, love, love it!!!— Hannah L.
Prepare to eat when you come here. It’s out of the way and looks like it’s in a mostly residential area, but is absolutely amazing. Anyone who says that they didn’t like the food cannot possibly actually like barbecue. The ribs are amazing, the corn bread is massive, the mac and cheese is great, the mashed potatoes delicious, and we ended with some really good key lime pie. It has a very homey atmosphere and quite casual – plastic plates and utensils, paper cups, and popcorn and peanuts to eat while you wait for your meal. Great for smaller groups, no reservations necessary, also adorable for a date if you’re both into racks of meat! — Jill C.