I ordered the jumbo (what?) pork sandwich and Sam got the platter which came with 2 sides, his choice: fries and baked beans. The bbq was pretty good. There was a lot of dark meat and the meat was chunky instead of shredded, adding for a messy and hard to eat sandwich. The sandwich did come on 2 large pieces of buttery texas toast which was a nice addition. Sam thought the beans were a little on the sweet side, but good nonetheless. One thing I liked was that there were two types of bbq sauce, one sweet one mild.
I would give Sam and Dave's a 3 out of 5 pigs.
update from my neighbor Erik:Lesley, Lesley, Lesley. I like the blog, I read it when I get the chance and I'm almost always entertained. I must disagree about the Bar-B-Que though. YOU GUYS DIDN'T EAT THE RIBS! Go back one more time, have the St.Louis Style with a side of mac'n'cheese, and maybe some fried okra and I guarantee at least 4 1/2 out of 5 pigs.
I will however recommend with 5 honkin' pigs Williamson Bros. BBQ. It has been a long time favorite and never dissapoints!
The atmosphere is down home and woodsy and the bbq cannot be beat. We met Grammy and Lynndaddy at their house and added my Aunt Kim and Uncle Alan to the caravan and headed over to Williamson Bros. My craving was born writing this review. I was a happy lady with my large pink lemonade, pork sandwich, and fries. Everyone loved what they got. The brunswick stew and onion straws are also a must. Bonus, you can also get their signature bbq sauce at your neighborhood Kroger or Whole Foods.
ps. the meat turner at Williamson Bros was so happy to pose for this picture!
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