Mountain-lodge decor and slow-cooked meats draw barbecue lovers and sports fans to this woodsy chain restaurant..
Rustic accents like logs, lanterns and fieldstone may adorn the exterior, but inside, it's all about ceiling-mounted TVs for fans who want sports with their spicy food. A large bar with a giant television dominates, while flanking wooden booths come with audio selectors and easy views of nearby screens. Sundry meats are cooked in-house over hickory wood: pulled pork (hand-pulled daily), baby back ribs, barbecued chicken, smoked beef brisket and various combination platters.
great food, great service. We went to this place right after Ocoee rafting, so we were hungry out-of-towners looking for some decent place to eat. It was late Sunday afternoon, and there were not so many people in the restaurant. We sat outside. The waitress did everything we asked for and she did it right. She shut off the fan because we were still feeling cold after rafting, she heated our wine to the right degree, and she brought water with no ice. The steak and ribs were excellent, as well as baked potato, green side salad, beans, and coleslaw. Overall, great service and great food, so I recommend this place.
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