Big welcoming barn-style restaurant. Greeted by friendly staff and seated right away. I had the brisket and turkey BBQ platter with coleslaw and potato salad. It wasn't bad, just nothing to be excited about. The house BBQ sauce was a pretty good TX BBQ style (light, with a bit of spice to it). A tad bit overpriced, especially considering the small sides.
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