The place is in a neighborhood with lots of free parking. The address indicated 5th Street but the entrance is actually around the corner and it's closer to the 6th Street end of the building. There's a map on the wall but I couldn't find the restaurant on the map. I think it's supposed to be a directory but I found it worthless.
I tried a variety of their meats. The beef sausage was good but a bit plain for my tastes. It could use some spicing up. The beef brisket was overcooked and the texture of the meat was mushy. It had OK flavor. It was moist but I asked for fatty brisket so it would be a surprise if it weren't. The pulled pork was dry and didn't have much flavor. It was better soaked in sauce and might be OK in a sandwich soaked with sauce and covered in cole slaw. The pork ribs were certainly overcooked by competition standards but I'd say they were overcooked even by restaurant standards. The meat literally fell off of one of the ribs when I picked it up. The meat was moist and tender but didn't have a lot of flavor.
They have a variety of sauces. Unfortunately, they're only by the register and not at the tables since the tables are shared with all of the other restaurants. Even though they had five or six sauces none of them were mustard-based or just plain mustard, which I think I would have preferred on the sausage.
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