With having been a bbq regular in Texas and Arkansas this does not live up to the hype, even for the north east, in my opinion. The beef briquette was extremely dry and it look like lunch meat it was so thinly sliced. The bbq wings were decent but nothing I would write home about. The best food item was the corn bread and home made blue cheese if that tells you anything.
My stop was on a Tuesday night and to say there was 15 people in the place may have been generous. Of the 21 seats at the bar, there were 8 including me. The other 7 appeared to be regulars and maybe two words outside of "what beer" and "what sides" were offered to me by Val the bar tender.
It is a true off the beaten path roadhouse but not something I would recommend to anyone that knows real bbq or customer service that is in the area.
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