Dinosaur Bar-B-Que. With all that positive support, and after a review of their website, I figured I would stop there for dinner. Founded by some motorcyle enthusiasts, the restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, with outside tables, plenty of interior dining space, and a lengthy bar. The walls are adorned with an eclectic mix of old signs, posters, music pictures, and other quirky items. It has a fun ambiance, a casual place to have a good time.
Woodchuck Cider, a nice accompaniement to BBQ.
The cornbread was top notch, moist and with a slight sweetness to it. I even ordered some cornbread to-go as I enjoyed it so much. That cornbread must have been just out of the oven and was still hot, so I had to eat another piece before leaving. I would come here just for the cornbread!
Service was very good, and overall I enjoyed the experience, though was a little disappointed with the pulled pork and brisket. But, there is plenty of other impressive and delicious food to be had here so it is a worthy dining destination.