I've had BBQ Joint food fairly regularly since the day they opened and I've never had a bad experience nor anything but welcoming service. These negative reviews sound way too personal. Regardless, I've never had any hesitation about recommending their food to anyone for lunch or catering. I've had the competitors' product from all other mentioned places and BBQ Joint is right there with 'em.
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Chris Haire, if you delete this comment and try to renege on the bet I will run you out of town on a rail! Screen captured!
Let's talk about the real bummer here: you know Sergio's got himself some killer, personal chef that can no doubt whip up some smack-your-momma-good, fried chicken. And yet, for a variety of valid philosophical and cultural reasons, Tiger's gotta tell him to go fly a kite.
I'm not saying that Tiger probably enjoys fried chicken; I'm saying EVERYONE enjoys a good fried chicken. And he's gotta turn it down.
@Ron, they also wear sashes, duh!
@Driftaway: I'm sometimes amazed at the awe in which folks like this hold homosexuals, as if they're all X-men with mind control powers, hell-bent on "converting" people. I suppose it really boils down to them having to really consider what they really believe, and finding it easier to call all gays satanic rather than question anything they are pretty sure they read in the Bible.
"B-b-b-but, if I knowingly teach a gay how to tie a clove hitch, then I'll be damned to hell fire eternally!" Right.
Lower density, higher prices, less parking? F*cking genius.
Wow, this is a totally shocking result. Wait, I mean "predictable," not "shocking." If BSA wants to stick to their guns on this issue, more power to them; they're a private organization and they need to do right by the actual members.
I was a scout for 10 years and worked at scout camp for three, and I'm troubled by this new holy-roller version of the BSA. It pains me to think that I can't send my son to learn about knot-tying, camping, hiking, first aid, and all the other self-reliance skills that BSA is built on without subjecting him to a bunch of gay-bashing and bible-thumping. But if that's what BSA is all about now, then that's what they're about. They've made their lean-to and will have to lie under it.
Wow, two on King Street! I'm looking forward to trying all of them.
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