Rolling Bones serves up authentic Texas Pit Barbecue that has made its way to Atlanta via the Virgin Islands. The out of the ordinary story began in ... More
Rolling Bones serves up authentic Texas Pit Barbecue that has made its way to Atlanta via the Virgin Islands. The out of the ordinary story began in 1983 when central Texas native Bill Collins got off a boat in St. Thomas and unintentionally became an overnight catering success when his first job was a party for 600. Local residents and friends Dana Armour and Paul Feuerzeig were fans of Collins' cooking and literally grew up eating barbecue at his restaurant Bills Texas Pit BBQ. The triumph of Collins' barbecue led him to open additional locations in St. Croix and St. Martin while also catering events across the globe.
We went through the drive thru and couldn't get waited on within 10 min. so went in the restaurant and then the drive thru got waited on before the inside customers. We ordered 2 lbs of beef and 1 lb of hot links. When we got home, the hot links tasted old and were a strange gray color. The brisket had lots of fat in and around each slice. The person slicing didn't trim it well and we paid for at least half fat. First visit was great, but this second one will definitely be our last.
The food is good. The ambiance is good. The value is good. There need to be improvement in service. For example, when the place is busy there is a chance that the persons preparing the orders will get it wrong.
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