My friend told me about this place and he said his friend found out about here from a Food Network program. He couldn't remember exactly where it was (and he told me the name was ""BJ's"" instead of ""Jay Bee's"") but it was easy for me to find them on Citysearch. I've got a pork shoulder BBQ sandwich, mac n cheese, sweet potato pie and a soda. I got there at 6 pm and when I parked, 3 people were leaving and there was nobody waiting. Unlike the previous reviews, the lady at the counter was smiling and very friendly and helpful. Another reviewer said the sandwich was kind of small, but when I got mine, it was pretty big (I say it had more volume than a Big Mac) and very satisfying, oh and yes, it was DELICIOUS! Except those 2 or 3 plastic tables and chairs outside of this tiny ""shack"", there are no seating area; this place is for to-go orders. This Citysearch info doesn't say so but they also take credit cards. Now, about the area, sure, it is an industrial area and sure, they did have that protective glass or whatever it's called, but other than that, I didn't think it was THAT scary place to go to. I'm an Asian girl and I just went there by myself and it didn't freak me out. I mean, c'mon, people around here have seen white people. I'm sorry but I wonder what this white girl from Westside ""looked like"" when she was here? wearing just bras in her pink car or something??? Anyways, back to this place. The lady told me to get the hot sauce instead of mild one if I could take the heat, which I did and it was yummy! Mac n cheese were okay, no complain, and the sweet potato pie wasn't theirs. But the BBQ sandwich was great and my friend who always go to Kansas or Mississippi to have some good BBQ told me Jay Bee's BBQ were pretty good also, so I can't wait to go back and try ribs! It ain't no Beverly Hills but it's a great place to have some great BBQ!
Pros: Great BBQ with no frills, reasonable prices
Cons: No place to eat, very tiny