I guess you would call the decor 'rustic with a hint of galvanized steel.' It just screams barbecue and makes the place feel real homey. You walk in past a large billboard that serves as the menu. Make up your mind then step up to the counter and place your order. Take a seat and the food is brought to you!
Dave ordered the pork plate with sides of french fries and collard greens. Dale and I jumped for the "Hog Trough Sampler," a serving of smoked turkey, a sausage link, pork and brisket. Each came with a small side of cole slaw and we split a side of fries. Our drinks were served along with three delicious jalapeno cornbread muffins.
After a few minutes the barbecue appeared. And a few minutes later it disappeared-right into our mouths.
We really liked the food and we'll definitely be coming back for more. The service was quick and friendly and Jen, one of the owners, told me that they have a Monday Special on ribs. Get a bucket of ribs ( 1 1/2 racks) for $9.99. Try 'em out and tell them you read about it at http://www.whiteplatespecial.com/