The oldest place in town. Why ? It's not the food, or the decor. It's a legend . It's the friendly people who eat here. They have breakfast "click s " and lunch clicks and whatever clicks. It's the place in town to be seen. All the movers and shakers are here. I bet more business deals are made here than in lawyer offices. My first time there many years ago, three people tried to sell me a car. Sure I eat the tough BBQ, I love it. I love the greasy breakfasts too. All the employees here are like family. I know them all by name. They have all been here for over 10 years each. Strangers are welcome, even Yankee's, just don't forget to say Howdy. ChefLars.
This is one of the best places to get BBQ around the Midtown/Buckhead areas. The portions are HUGE, the food is excellent, and there's a ton of variety - not just your typical ribs and pork like many other Southern BBQ spots. I left feeling ridiculously stuffed, but it was so worth it - we had the pimiento cheese appetizer, BBQ pork nachos, and a sweet potato souffle that will knock your socks off. The prices for drinks and food are really affordable - not sure why this place isn't more popular! Also a big patio with plenty of seating great for big groups.
First time visiting this place with family. Have a pulled pork sandwich with a side of macaroni and cheese. Food was delicious and service was wonderful. Priscilla did a good job of servicing our party We were fighting over the corn muffins and they were absolutely the best I've had. Would get 5 Stars but I thought it was a little pricey. Need a kids menu because at $8 for a sandwich and side is high for our 18 month-year-old grand-baby.