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Posted by Anonymous on 01/16/2014
Every thing was very good baby back rib Crabcake and drink's were phenomenal
Posted by Christian on 10/09/2013
Depending on the day, sometimes you get a nice Early Bird portion, sometimes you don't. There are 2 sure things about this place, 1st the drinks are amazing, with or without the shot. 2nd, the old english hag and the scruffy bum who are always there for happy hour stink. Don't sit next to them. The guy gets obnoxious when drunk.
Posted by Pablo on 09/14/2010
I read some of the other people comments but I honestly got to say when do they go to get this bad service everytime I go with my best friend and people I use to be friends with the food was always great and the service was wonderful. My opinion may not affect how anyone feel but I alway enjoy myself if yah are feeling any type of way don't write about talk to the store owner or manager and say how you feel.
Posted by Linda on 04/28/2010
The corn bread, although burnt a bit, was good, the coleslaw good, the BBQ ribs awful...they were dry, taseless, topped with a huge amount of thick sauce. I wasn't offered water and waited a long time for the waiter to bring the check. Upon leaving the host totally ignored me not even a have a nice day. It will be a long, long time before I go back there if ever.
Posted by Suzanne on 01/12/2010
I have eaten here at least 8 times over the past 5 months and have been very happy. I love the early bird dinner and my service has always been between acceptable and excellent. The drinks are also wonderful, but I prefer them when the weather is warmer than it is now.
Posted by cheap chick on 10/09/2009
They haven't reinvented themselves after the move, but they have managed to re-establish their basic early bird $5 value. I drop-in for late lunch or early dinner, get the $5 tender juicy chicken, basic baked potato and pretty good corn bread. It's weird that a large Diet Coke costs half the price of the meal but for $10, I'm outta' there, including tip. Service has been respectful and pretty attentive. Cheap, predictable and satisfying. I know where to go when I want want they got.
Posted by Michael on 09/06/2009
WE WANT OUR BBQ BACK! BBQ used to be a long time fixture in the area when it was located on the corner of University and 8th Street. It served honest, inexpensive BBQ-type food and was always full. It was much better and nicer than Dallas BBQ. Everyone went there now and then, from those for whom a $5. chicken platter was a stretch, to those who also went to Le Cirque. About a year ago it lost its lease and months later re-emerged a few blocks away. The new restaurant is like the old in name only. On our first visit the chicken was so overdone we could not eat it and the baked potato was tiny. The next time the ribs were tasteless, except for the sauce, and the potato even tiner. We asked for Sam Adams and were served Bud, and when it was taken back the Sam Adams that arrived was either stale or watered down. We also ordered hamburgers twice for delivery and on both times they were inedible. Friends and neighbors tell us of like experiences. Everytime we've seen it the place has been close to empty. The owner is aware the restaurant is not doing well, but blames the location. When will they wake up to the fact that the problem is the food and the lack of attention to restaurant basics? We hope they will wake up an give us our old BBQ back.