The Mojo's BBQ restaurants get such ratings I was expecting a great experience, unfortunately it wasn't. I was immediately seated and sat there for 15 minutes before a server finally came around. I stated I thought my server forgot about me, he said he would be my server. I thought he was stepping up because someone else dropped the ball, not the case. I had heard about their onion rings, but being by myself I didn't think I could do justice to a whole order for $8.50. The server offered a half-order which comes with six onion rings instead of the large order, great! I ordered the two meat combo for $15, ribs and pulled pork, with a side salad and bbq beans. The onion rings came out fairly quickly, there were 5 instead of 6, plus no silverware or plate was provided to eat them with. I waited for 3-4 minutes to see if the server would return, since I don't like cold onion rings I got up and grabbed some from the server station that was nearby. The onion rings were tasty though. When the food arrived I was astonished to see two ribs and about 4 oz of pork, for $15! At Sonny's you can get all you can eat for 10.99 of pork, $12.99 for ribs, just as tasty. The pork had very little flavor to it so I sauced it up. The ribs were flavorful, just half of what I expected. The bbq beans were cooked to mush. The salad was wonderful, they didn't skimp on tomatoes like most restaurants nowadays. When I got the check I was surprised to find my half order of onion rings cost $6, so half the rings but not half the price, my bad I should have asked. Fool me once shame on you.....well you know. Total till with tip was $27, yowza! I went to Sonny's the next day and had the pork lunch special, pork tasted better, beans were perfectly cooked, and piping hot fries for $8. Don't get me wrong, I'm no fan of Sonny's, lately their quality has been lacking as well. But for almost $20 less I had a more enjoyable meal.
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