The interior decor is very rustic and laid back with only a few tables available and about the same number outside on a patio. Most of their business especially on the weekend is takeaway.
Rita fell in love with the casual ambiance and country music playing on the loudspeakers.
The menu is on a large blackboard and you place your order at the counter.
I was disappointed that they did not have Texas style beef ribs but I ordered a rack of their St. Louis Ribs. Rita ordered brisket and we got a variety of sides.
The ribs were a little too dry for my liking but with the very good barbecue sauce they were good. The brisket was moist but not as moist as I have had in Texas. The beans, corn bred and mashed potatoes were all excellent, but the mac and cheese was gummy and not to my liking.
If you hail from Texas, St. Louis or Memphis this may be a disappointment but for New Hampshire it is a good change of pace.