I was expecting friendly, efficient service and large portions of tender juicy ribs. I received indifferent, incompetent service, and rather small portion of average ribs. My experience with the waitress/hostess did not inspire me to return anytime soon. Her inefficient, lackadaisical service was painful to watch. I was not offered water or my ordered beverage to drink while I was waiting, even though it was 85 degrees that afternoon. It took her three tries to get a cup, lid, and straw for my drink to go. And, despite the fact that I was the last person to order and there were only two other groups waiting for their orders, she couldn?t manage to remember that I had paid for my order when I placed it only 10 minutes earlier. The sauce was good, just enough spice to make it interesting, but not enough to overpower the palate. It was not overly fruity or spicy, but a very complementary blend of flavors, and there was not a huge pool of it in the bottom of the to go box. I have often speculated that some barbeque places use the sauce to cover up bad, dry, or old meat, but Big Daddy?s gives you enough to accent, but not drown the meat. The ribs were not as meaty or tender as I like, but they were not tough or dry. The meat was tender and moist, but not falling off the bone the way I like it. The ? portion I ordered was much smaller that I have received elsewhere, so I was disappointed about the quantity. The French Fries were not greasy and had a great potato flavor, which is lacking in most fries. The small piece of cornbread was tasteless, dry, and really not worth eating. I took a bite, and wondered if it was always so bad. I wanted to give it the benefit of the doubt, so I tried it with butter, but even drowning it with butter could not make it more palatable. \r
Pros: Good Sauce and fries.\r
Cons: Bad customer service (wait staff) and tasteless, dry cornbread.
Pros: Good sauce and fries
Cons: Substandard customer service