What do Syracuse, Troy, Rochester and Harlem all have in common?
I have lived in NYC for over 3 years now and I'm ashamed that it took a trip to Syracuse to eat at this very delicious place. I don't know if Harlem is like this but we arrived at 5:45 on a Tuesday night and did not get seated until 7 pm. It was packed and the place is huge. I spoke to some locals who said 80% of the people in the place are tourists. I understand. I am so grateful that Ryan recommended this place and my friends loved it.
The crowds anxiously waiting to be called by the hostess for a table.
The fine and fancy decor.
I allowed a flash for the food because it was perfect - Texas brisket, pulled pork, cornbread, mac & cheese and barbecue beans. I was so fat dog happy after eating this meal.