Our Slow Smoked & Wood Fired cooking process creates an amazing exterior “bark” or crust and a very tender and moist interior. Our experience helps us transform brisket and ribs into what many call "The Besst BBQ They Have Ever Had". We take great pride in our process and the final product, and it shows. Don't Believe us, try it for Yourself
NOTE: These suggestions are just that, suggested servings. Added variables such as big eaters, light eaters, or little children will affect the amount of food you'll need when accounting for all of your diners. One pound of meat will feed 2 to 3 people. One full slab of pork ribs will feed 2 to 3. If in doubt, order just a little more than you estimate you'll need, just to be sure to have enough. For assistance, please contact us and our experienced staff will be more than happy to help in making suggestions.
St Louis Cut Pork ribs are the most standard ribs you will find at a BBQ joint. They come from the belly of the pig and have a more bacon/porky flavor. They include 11 to 13 long bones ( for a full rack). Baby back ribs are cut from the loin section. They are shorter and smaller than spare ribs, but they are leaner and meatier than spare ribs. They are also considerably more expensive cut of ribs
Don't let the name fool you, there's nothing "burnt" about them. The name came about because when the meat is left in to barbecue for an extra amount of time, the outer surface, or bark, will take on a darker appearance than normal. Hence, the name Burnt Ends. They can be cubes of beef brisket, ham, pork, or sausage, which are tender on the inside and lightly seared on the outside
Yes. We offer Pulled Jackfruit on our menu, made just like we make our pulled pork ( Except with no Meat ) plus we are adding new vegetarian dishes to our menu on a regular basis. Why should someone not be able to enjoy delicious BBQ if they don't eat meat.