Started going here when my boy started at nearby Virginia Tech. Good rub on the ribs, love the pulled pork. Small seating area with some local talent playing on occasion. Serve their food up with pride, always worth stopping in.
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This is the second time I've tried ribs here. Not worth it. Sorry. Burnt ends of the bones and very dry meat. Maybe the forgotten rib from the day before. Had a lot better ribs at a chain last week for less money. Different day,...More
Good service, tasty food, reasonable price, what more could you ask for? Now they have outside tables as well, it was a bit crowded before inside.
Decided to try even though I knew it was the sister restaurant to Fatback Soul Shack which I tried the night before and found unimpressive. Due South fared a little better. I ordered the half rack of ribs, cole slaw, and hush puppies and with...More
I love barbecue but I'm very picky. Their prices are a bit ridiculous and every time I eat there the burnt taste stays in my mouth for hours. Haven't been there in several months and not sure I'll even go back, but on a positive...More
Called in an order to go and it was ready when we arrived. Good pulled pork, excellent sides and they were nice when we went in to pick it all up.
This is my second time eating here. I'm just not super impressed with this place. This time I had the Jumbo Pulled Pork sandwich, baked beans, Mac & cheese and hush puppies. Some of the pork was so burnt you could not chew it, Mac...More
A lot of these bbq places have popped up around the south (or old dives have been rebuilt) and they all follow the same script. This one is just average. Sauces were okay but did not stand out. Place lacked soul frankly. Chicken was smoked...More
This is a good place to get BBQ in the NRV, but if you're looking for Eastern North Carolina style or even Texas BBQ, this isn't it. My favorite is the whole roasted chicken, which is worth five stars alone, but the other items (e.g.,...More