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January 23, 2013
February 22, 2005
The food is good old Southern food with a twist. The portions are pretty large, and you get your choice of sides. I would suggest one of their specialty cocktails, as well as the brisket. We also have had the Rib Ticklers appetizer, and it was pretty good. The sauce on the pulled-pork dinner was very good. The meat was very tender, and the sauce was the perfect balance. My companion had the chicken, and it was cooked just right! The chicken was juicy (not dried out), and the seasoning made it the perfect combo. You get your choice of two sides and cornbread.
In addition, I have been to a private party here and would suggest it if you are looking for a large space to rent out! The food was good, the bar was good, and the waitstaff was amazing.
From journal Walking in Memphis
St. Paul, Minnesota
March 24, 2003
Everyone there was super friendly and helpful with information about the restaurant. I decided to try the beef brisket. It came with two sides and a cornbread muffin. I chose the standard coleslaw and fries for my sides. The coleslaw was good, but not spectacular, the fries were warm, not hot, and the muffin was a little dry. However, the sauce made the entire meal. I regretted not asking for more, as that was my only problem with the brisket. The smoked brisket comes sliced on Texas toast covered in barbecue sauce. Yum! We went to the gift shop to see if they sold the sauce. They did, but it was sold only in a gift set with two other types of sauce which I did not wish to purchase. I just hope that it will become available on its own one day!
From journal Memphis: Hog Heaven