you are given a card with a choice of a pre-set order or you go to the butcher counter counter and order by the weight. I would suggest you order by the pre-set order to hold the cost down. I ordered 2 ribs, 3 ounce brisket, and one hot link and one side. If I had ordered the sampler $28, but mine was slightly more with ice tea came $34+. They placed the meat in paper bag type paper folded into a pouch. My only complaint was that the meat could have been served warmer. The beans were just ok. A friend had Mack & Cheese which was pretty good. It was a lot of food with no room for desert.
Toni was rude from the gate. She only wanted to flirt with the male patrons. I had to call the mgr for service. Then i asked for an item off the menu. She tried to talk me out of getting it. Finally she allowed me to order what i wanted. After I ate, she quickly tried to close my tab, all while I'm enjoying my wine. When I informed her that I was not ready, she flippantly told the bartender to close the check. She was beyond rude
Best Texas BBQ east of the Sabine. I've never ordered BBQ in a style like this, but it works. You are seated, given a meal card that the servers use to mark what you buy. You then go to the "market" and order your meat and sides. The meats are good. Great brisket. Sides of baked beans, green beans, sweet potatoes, and potato salad were OK.
While I love this restaurant, it disturbs me deeply that the hostess stands at her station chewing on her fingernails and thoughtlessly casting them on the floor...
first of all i didnt know this place has been around for over 20 years...went there the other day and got bbq ribs mac & cheese and greens and it was awesome