Real good Q on the coast is a rare find. Warning! if you're expecting to find meat drenched in sauce that's not what you're going to get. This is dry rub smoker cooked barbecue with a couple of sauces on the side, that weren't really necessary. I had the sampler, a good portion of tender pulled pork was the primary item. Two(not enough) meaty ribs were included along with a healthy length of sausage that had a strong but not overly smokey taste( I'm not a fan of allot of smoke flavor). The only thing I didn't enjoy was the chicken, it was cooked very well but I just didn't like the seasoning. I chose the potato salad which was decently flavored and the beans. The beans were thick New England style with a slight kick at the end. It was also served with a side of corn bread which was tasty but could have been a bit bigger. The two sauces were a spicy mustard base that I didn't try and the other was similar to Sweet Baby Rays but a bit sweeter. This was good barbecue at a reasonable price, looking forward to stopping in again when we go back to town in a few weeks. Waitress was very friendly and attentive too!
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