All their meat is free range chicken and beef, or so I was told by my vegetarian friend who I saw there.
The guy at the register told me the Tri-tip sandwich and the DragonSlayer sandwich were the most popular. I ate half of each of those sandwiches and thought that both of them were tasty, but it's not real filling...seriously it's not.
Also, the sweet potato fries were just average.
Over $10 per person for a sandwich and fries, I had half of both the DragonSlayer and Tri-tip sandwich, both were tasty, but not really filling.
TVs are everywhere you look, so if you want to watch a game, this would be a great spot to eat.
Eating around dinner time was super crowded. It's a first come first serve seating situation, so someone has to save your spot while you are waiting in line for about 20-25 minutes.
Once I got to the front of line, you are kinda rushed through the ordering process. I wish we had a waiter, it would make it more pleasant.
So overall it's crowded and might need to move to a more spacious location, but the TVs are a nice touch.
The parking lot IS a dog fight (at least around lunch and dinner time), that is if you want to park close to the entrance, but there is tons of parking in the massive Macey's/Big Lots parking lot if you want to avoid the fight and park farther away.
I feel like there's a lot of Provo hype going on with this place. I admit that it's a unique place, but there are a lot of BBQ and sandwich/burger places that taste better and fill you up for under $10 per person.