It was worth the drive for this meal. There is plenty of street parking. Everyone standing around on the sidewalk waiting for their order were friendly. The patrons were a diverse mix of locals, business people, marines, and tourists. The delicious smells drifting on the wind from the cookers in the back parking lot helped with the wait. The downside is there is no seating. We drove back to a park closer to home and had a picnic. The portions are large and of course the food is tasty. The pulled pork sandwich was huge and wonderfully messy smothered in sauce. The links have an intrinsic spiciness to them. The sauces can be mild, medium, and spicy. One person in our group wanted cheese and there is none to be had. The bread is basic and there is no garlic or cheese toast that is often available at BBQ joints. The brisket was very tasty with an intense smoky flavor but exceptionally fatty. The food is packed to go with bread, a small fork, and not enough napkins. A plastic knife would be useful and wet wipes.
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