*Hours are Wednesday-Sunday, 11:00 a.m.-until they sell out (that time varies, but last Thursday at 2:15 or so they tweeted that they still had meat).
*There will be a wait unless you get there early. We arrived at 11:30 a.m. and we waited an hour from the time we stepped in line until we sat down to eat our food.
*Cash and credit cards accepted.
*If ordering meat by the pound, ask for extra bread.
*You will want those wet naps offered at checkout.
*Free beer and music on Saturday and Sunday (possibly to appease those waiting in the longer weekend line).
Once we reached the front of the line, the person who took our order rewarded our patience with a taste of the brisket. It was butter soft, juicy and oh so tender. We uped our original order of brisket to 1/2 a pound because of that sample (genius selling point). I had the Pulled Pork Sandwich on a white bun with pickled red onions. The pork was tender and slightly sweet and the pickled onions added a twang of vinegar (there may have been a few too many pickles, but I scraped some off and all was well). My husband and son split a 1/2 pound of brisket and 1/4 pound of pulled pork with standard sides like sliced white bread, white onions and pickles. The brisket is really the way to go here. You cannot go wrong if you order the brisket. We also split a pint of Potato Salad which was distinctive and had mild spice from what tasted like country style mustard. A nice addition as far as sides go. I really want to make a return visit to try their ribs (they were sold out of beef ribs by 12:20 p.m.), sausage and other sides. And of course, I will be ordering more brisket. (Cathy)