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Posted by CS on 09/15/2006
First time there I got a brisket/pulled pork combo. Both were below-average. My husband had the ribs and said they were very good. So, we went back and he was right, the ribs are good. After the first trip, though, I'm heistant to try anything else. I think I'll stick with the ribs. The "Texas-sized" drinks are probably the highlight of the place. They're big and relatively strong. Everything is pretty cheap and the service is really fast, especially considering the place is huge and always packed. We've had the same server, who is a polite guy, each time we've visited so maybe that has something to do with it. Anyway, don't go here expecting anything resembling "real" BBQ, but for a quick, cheap, OK meal with drinks, go for it.
Posted by Eric on 09/01/2006
This is just like any other Dallas BBQ. (I've only eaten at this and the one at 42nd St. NYC) The food is relatively cheap and the portions are large. The service wasn't that great. I wasn't bad but I really wasn't satisfied. The atmosphere is very fun and there's always a lot of people enjoying themselves and that can be contagious. Overall, it's a good place to go with friends for drinks or on a special occassion (birthday etc).
Posted by Anonymous on 08/26/2006
This is one of the only restaurants I frequent in my neighborhood (because in the lower section of Washington Heights, there really isn't much choice). I come here with friends with the express purpose of getting drunk. The drinks are HUGE (but that's the same at any BBQ), and the food is really pretty satisfying. They actually put real roast chicken on their salads and the portions are gigantic. HOWEVER: the service here is not good! The servors do not attend to you enough at all. This happened on two separate occasions. If you're drinking with friends and don't mind waiting around, you'll be alright, but it's not an in-and-out kind of place.