A pretty typical bbq joint that doesn't offer anything too spectacular. The pulled chicken and pork are by far the standouts in the sandwich and bbq platter departments, but I would probably stick with the ribs. The spare ribs and baby back ribs are meaty with hardly any fat. They also offer the requisite sides: Cornbread, smoked beans, coleslaw, mac n' cheese. I like to mix the beans into the mac n' cheese. They serve the meat on slices of white bread. The sandwiches are served on those white hamburger buns, so get the cornbread which is pretty good with butter. The menu isn't extensive, so if you don't want ribs, I would try something else. Oh, and they sell pigs ears for dogs.