@seal you’re a beast! I can’t do 3 bbq spots in a day lol…well maybe if we just sample some things and don’t go nuts at the first stop.
So I’ve been two more times.
The brisket was very good and I liked the peppery bark. The pulled pork isn’t exactly on the same level…nothing bad at all but their ribs are hands down the winner. On a side note, surf BBQ is putting out some killer pulled pork now! It is far better than I remember when it opened up a while back. Back to tstbbq…
I have had 4 different sides since my first trip. The fries and onion rings were nothing to write home about. In fact, they should really work on getting better fries. The onion rings were just a side dish and not their hand cut bacon wrapped ones. My rings were some frozen fried ones that were just mediocre.
The mac n cheese was overwhelmingly bland I thought, but maybe I’ll try another batch soon. The brown sugar roasted Brussel sprouts are good, but they don’t hold a candle to the local smoke chili sprouts.
So far the ribs, fire and ice pickles and the cherry spicy BBQ sauce are my picks. So I enjoyed my first trip the best. Nothing has been bad at all but the sides dishes haven’t blown me away.
My gripe with this place is they don’t have BBQ sauce bottles on the tables, nor do they have salt and pepper shakers. Oh and the picknick tables aren’t built for heftier fellas like me. I have to squeeze into them. @NotJrvedivici I don’t know if you’re going to make it big guy. It’s tight lol
Folks keep in mind this is essentially a bbq “hole in the wall” that operates a mini golf place. It is far from fancy so if ambiance and bbq are what you are after, surf bbq is the mutimillion dollar operation to visit, and they gave great bbq. This place just happens to be lower in cost and the owner seems very cool. It is kind of like a golf snack bar that happens to make some damn good ribs. It’s byob too.