Best barbeque restaurant in town. I lost count how many times I was here. And it is not going to be the last.
We stopped by after an early flight into Atlanta at approx. 10am. The open sign was on but the door was locked. We called twice just to make sure no one was in the restaurant and there was still no answer. I guess we'll continue going to the other location, at least they're open the hours listed.
Came at 11:00 am and they were closed. The open sign was on and it says 24 hours but chairs were up on the tables and all lights were off.
When restaurants don't have someone seeking fluent English or have an idea how to work a system; there's usually problems. Waited over 45 minutes for food and the order was still incorrect. Wouldn't recommend going there; especially on a Sunday. The service is awful!
I drove by this place for the longest but never thought twice about it until a friend that lives nearby raved about it the other day. I decided to meet up with her and finally check it out. And I'm so glad I did.I ordered the Lil Clucker with a side of wedge fries. Oh so good!! The menu described the chicken sausage, eggs, and cheddar cheese being served on a soft bun. I was a bit skeptical about the bun actually being soft--that is, until I took the first bite. The little slider sized buns were indeed soft. The chicken sausage tasted great with the eggs and cheese. And the fries were seasoned well.I just wish I tried the red velvet cupcake shake while I was there. But maybe it's a good thing I didn't. I don't know what I'd do if I became obsessed. Even the service was great.I won't be driving past this place without a second thought ever again.
This is one of my FAVORITE BBQ PLACES IN ATLANTA. The only reason why I'm knocking down a star is because the WAIT is ridiculous sometimes and very limited parking, but the FOOD IS FIVE STARS. I'm all about this life from the meat (rubs, brisket - lawd have mercy), to the sides (mac n cheese, brunswick stew), to the sauces....you can't go wrong. You must go here and you won't be disappointed.
Stopped in for a late lunch. Kinda surprised their menu doesn't have fries or baked beans. Nice, rustic atmosphere. The sides items are separate, so when you order meat pay extra for that coleslaw! BBQ was good though, 5 different sauces.
First barbecue experience in the south and it was good. The atmosphere added to the southern ambiance.
The food is good and since I've never had the original I hear it's just as good if not better. They do take a long time to prepare your order. I ordered on the phone and still waited an additional twenty minutes after I got there
They always have my food prepared correctly and it's always made fresh to order. The staff is efficient and kind.