I have eaten at all three Saw's locations, and I just don't get it.
In my continuing efforts to buy into all of the hype over Saw's BBQ, I decided to give the Crestline location a try. I arrived at 11:30 am on a Saturday, and the place was void of customers, except for one other couple. The servers were no where to be found, but as the establishment started filling up, several arrived from the kitchen area, and were very attentive. I tried the BBQ Pork Sandwich ($5.75) which was good, and had enough meat on it that I was able to take some home for dinner. The Onion Rings ($3.50) were a generous portion, and just okay. They are cut similar to the onion rings at Lloyd's BBQ, but Lloyd's are much better. I also tried the Banana Pudding ($3.25). It was better than the serving I had at the Avondale location, but is still lacking in flavor, and is grossly overpriced for the portion you receive.
The Crestline location is much larger than the other two Saw's locations. The music in the dining/bar areas was not blaring, like the other two locations, but the kitchen did have their music cranked up. You had the pleasure of listening to a mixture of two entirely different forms of music. Also like the other locations, you will smell like your lunch for the remainder of the day.
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