This is a small , family owned, hole in the wall barbecue. At first you may hesitate but be brave and enter a very enjoyable meal. The tables are old and the inside needs a paint a job but that just adds to it's charm.
The staff is friendly and warm. The fellow serving observed that my wife and I were new to the place and offered us samples of the food.
The food is served on paper plates but with this taste so what. All the meat was moist and tender. The sauce was the right combination of hot and sweet. The beans were fresh cooked and not out of the can. The cold slaw was great.
Locals love this place and it was full but it turned over fast.
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