Every joint, from the best to the worst, seems to have people who think the food served there is the very best. Even bad barbecue is somebody's favorite.

— Mike Mills

Peace, Love, and Barbecue

ssweeney's Review of KB Bar B Que


Main Fare:

  • Brisket is stand-up style, with a nice spice in the rub. Some bitterness in the meat.
  • Sausage has a good meaty flavor - like homeade bologna or salami. Creosote.
  • Rib's black coating = creosote. Sweet glaze helps to cut the bitterness.

Other Fare:

  • Baked beans are sweet with a hint of cloves.  Nice!
  • Baked potato casserole is chock ful 'o sour cream & cheese.  Gooey goodness here.
  • Potato salad is another solid homeade recipe.
  • Slaw is minced very fine.
  • Fried yeast rolls are yummy.  Especially good for sopping up their sauce.
  • The sauce has a bunch of cloves & cinnamon.  Reminds me of Riscky's in Fort Worth, which K-Dawg called "The wassail of barbecue sauces".  Very different.


  • Local cafe probably moved from its original location on the other side of 69.  Focus is on comfort food, with barbecue also on the menu here.
  • Old gas station or jiffy lube... large overhead doors are still visible. 
  • Service was pleasant, if a little clueless.
  • They get very busy as we are finishing our meal.  Boss lady can't get away for a pit tour.  She looks stressed!
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