My dad took me to this barbeque place over 30 years ago. It was well worth the trip. Would you believe we are driving through Kansas this summer from the west and Guy's place is on our agenda. Can hardly wait!
its fun reading all of the reviews because Guy and Mae are my great grandpa and grandma. everyone that works there is family or a close family friend. i love going there everything is so good and my friends BEG me to take them there. the town is small and on friday and saturday nights its really busy!!! it is so worth the wait!
Drop-dead-to-die-for Pork Ribs! We only get to visit Williamsburg every year or few. It's 2 hours away and not on the way to anywhere we need to go...except when we want a really great slab (yes...SLAB) of ribs. It's been 7 years and last Saturday, we just decided to go for it, jumped in the car and drove from SW MO...just for the ribs! The sauce is home made and adds the right amount of flavor to the smoke cooked into the meat...though no sauce is really needed. The serving method (foil wrapped slab, 3-4 slices of fresh white bread across the ribs all carried out on newspaper) lets you know that dressing for dinner is not a requirement...unless you mean bringing your own wet wash cloth (or towel...depending on your rib-eating technique). The sides are good too but I go for the ribs and a good cold beer (duuh). Next time you're in the mood for a relaxing road trip with a great reward at the destination...check out Guy & Mae's Tavern (G-M Tavern).
From Hailey P:I went with Grandpa and Grandma to try Guy and Mae's. I'm 9 years old and a redheaded firecracker and these ribs were an explosion in my mouth. I think I put on 2 pounds eating there.They have a jukebox with Hannah Montana music and old dude music.They even have an arcade game there that looked like fun. I loved the place!
I have been visiting this BBQ landmark for 30 years. The ribs are the best I have eaten. They are brought out on tin foil held by newspaper. There is no fat on these ribs. The sauce is thin but very good and is generally just poured
over the meat. It is always worth the trip to Williamsburg just 15 minutes south west of Ottawa, KS on I 35 Highway. You won't be sorry you tried them!
Right off of intersection at Hwy 59 and I 35. Restaurants and Ottawa University nearby. Wal Mart across the street.
Adjacent to convenient store. Amenities:Air Conditioning (In Room). Newspaper (Free). Telephone. Television (Cable/Satellite). Non Smoking Rooms. Television. Daily Maid ...