Visited 9/16/08 around lunch time
We've been driving past the many signs for this joint for years on I-35 and thought, for once, we would stop and check them out on the way to the true BBQ grounds down south. I've always liked the worried look on the steer's face. Being cautious types, and knowing there was great Q just a few miles further down the road, we opted to split a single 3 meat combo plate to try it out. It was pretty much average Texas BBQ without a lot of smoke flavor, a little chewy, and helped along by an average sweet and spicy tomato sauce. It's a good average joint, but we won't need to stop again.