These guys took the old ugly Acme Stamp building and created a woody, narrow barbecue joint. The meats are dry rubbed, and served with a variety of sauces at your table. Sandwiches come on pretzel rolls from Tall Grass Bakery. Down the long hallway of salvaged barn wood is a cozy back bar, with a few additional tables.
The cocktails were not overly impressive -- my iced tea drink was a bit of a watery mess. But they have many good beer and bourbon choices.
Est. Jan 18, 2012 - Building constructed: 1900 or earlier
Previous bars in this location: None known
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