Like a number of mom & pop, meat & 2 restaurants with barbecue somewhere in the name and somewhere on the menu, this is not a classic barbecue joint. There is no sign that the barbecue served here is cooked here, and it could be a commercially secured product.
They serve all 3 meals Tue - Sun, and breakfast seems to be a big draw. They have daily meat and 2 plates like CS Steak, etc. They offer Pork Barbecue, a variety of Fried Seafood, sandwiches, burgers, hot dogs, and salads.
We tried a Cheeseburger, Hot Dog, and a Chopped BBQ sandwich. The Hot Dog was pretty good, and with a little more chili, it could be very good. The wiener is the bright red kind, the chili is good, but lightly applied, and the bun is nice & soft.
The Cheeseburger is a nice diner style burger - smallish, a little greasy, but with some nice flavor. We tend to eat this type burger with just mayo & pickles, or with chili, onions, & slaw - seems like a smaller burger gets swallowed by a large slice of tomato.
The barbecue was just ordinary, and in fact, it tasted stale. The barbecue slaw is the red kind. Wouldn't order the barbecue again, but would try some of the country cooking items, seafood, and breakfast, for sure. Our 3 sandwiches and 2 diet sodas cost $8.03, much more than reasonable. Service was very, very good, and they have a drive through for those on the go.
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