huge plates of wet ribs as opposed to dry rub ribs. and you can order that plate, half order, with a side of garlic bbq shrimp for which they are famous. oink.
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We didn't know about this place, but someone at the hotel recommended it. It did not disappoint. The service was great and we were seated promptly (of course, it was low season too). The food was great. I recommend a visit.
The staff gave great service and cooked amazing food. We were entertained by a life Blue's band while we were there. In addition, they had the football games on to keep up with the latest scores.
Restaurant came highly recommended. Old diner feel with plenty of seating for all size groups. Went on a weekday before a show; mildly busy. My friend and I was seated in the back at a high boy table. The table was unstable as were a...More
Had a late Sat lunch with family/friends, hard to decide what to order, they all look good and enormous, and they are indeed! Be prepared to share a steak, we had the sliced steak , good for three people, some of the other choices I...More
After having a big Thanksgiving meal the day before, visiting a true city legend for BBQ was perfect! Our hotels front desk said to stay away from chains & go to the locals favorite in the heart of Beale St.! Not a fancy place, but...More
This restaurant offers top quality barbecue at a moderate price. The portions are large and excellent quality. We ordered the platters with a half rack of ribs with homemade baked beans, coleslaw, potatoes and Texas toast. Our dessert was an Apple Dumpling baked in an...More
Had dinner here and my husband ordered his usual...the Catfish Platter. I decided to order the Fried Chicken Salad, which was just OK. It just didn't have much taste to it. Will order the catfish or steak next time. Rachel, our server was excellent.
If you're looking for a culinary experience don't go here. But if you want a lot of decent food for a decent price at a decent diner then go here. We had a plate of ribs- they were good- sides only okay. A big bowl...More