Late lunch / early dinner before a flight home. For airport food, I have to admit that the food was decent. I got the 2-meat platter (pulled pork and shredded chicken topped with bbq sauce) with coleslaw, green beans, and hush puppies. The pulled pork was great (nice and moist). The chicken was just okay. The coleslaw was great, and the green beans were marginal. I wish I had gotten the collard greens instead of the green beans. I try not to eat fried stuff and especially not fried bread, but the hush puppies were great. All-in-all, 4 stars for airport food.
Stopped for lunch before a flight and our family of 4 ahared the 3 meat platter. We had the chicken, brisket and pulled pork with the greens and mac and cheese. I thought it was a great BBQ meal for an airport restaurant. The meat was succulent and the sauce was paired with it nicely. Topped it off with a tasty slice of pecan pie. Recommended!
The food here wasn't terrible. It was just cold. I really enjoyed the vinegar sauce as it brought a lot of flavor to the pulled pork sandwich. Overall for airport food it did the job and I would eat here again if I had a layover here.
Only two of the five items I purchased were consumption worthy. Thus the two out of five stars. The collard greens were too sweet. Collard greens are not supposed to be sweet. The mac and cheese was too bland. The pulled pork was mushy and too salty. The hush puppies and the brisket were okay. For $23 I could have gotten something better, even in the airport. I love barbecue, but I cannot recommend this place.
Brisket is a little dry, but I probably got the flat. The bark could be a little crispier but overall for airport bbq it's not bad. The Mac n cheese is decent tho, hush puppies have a nice flavor to them and the fries pickles are good. Iittle pricey but it's in the airport again. 6/10 overall score.