We LOVE their beef-brisket burgers, their green beans with onions and bacon and the banana pudding. Do NOT have the grilled chicken! Not good at all. Great prices, but service takes forever and they always forget our silverware.
Very good bbq. Brisket is always fork tender. The sausage is your average eckridge sausage so no surprises there. The sides I have had are mostly good, excepting the beans which didn't taste like anything. The only actually bad thing I have to say about them is their banana pudding which doesn't have any bananas in it. Just banana flavored jello pudding with some nilla wafers on top. So that was disappointing, but easily avoided.
If you just want some bbq then this is definitely a place worth visiting.
No frills hole-in-the-wall bbq, but better than your avg. I used to drive from dallas to the full scale restaurant they have in downtown ft worth just to get the beef ribs for my dogs - they were meaty with thick bones that my german shephards loved to gnaw on (sadly this place doesnt offer them. ah, but i digress... if you are in the mood for good bbq and dont have alot of time, you wont find better in the area, but they dont sport the full menu that the Ft. worth location does, nor the steep pricing.
Definitely 5 Stars! The service was awesome. We had a party with 60plus and had to pick up the BBQ at 8:30AM to go out of town. The food was ready, Tim made a double check so nothing was short. We received countless raves; several saying it was the best they had ever had. The brisket was tender and not swimming in grease like a lot do. The salads were fresh and the Texas size bread was soft and fresh also. Will use them again and highly recommend. Thanks again to Tim Taylor and his co-worker for the helpful and friendly service.
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