Hit or Miss.
The food is hit or miss, sometimes the full order ribs are "JUST RIGHT" or it's "WELL DONE AND OVERCOOKED." The sauce is average nothing to write home about.
This place is only a take out operation, there are acouple of small tables but not reccomended. I wouldn't go there at night, just because of the neighborhood.
get the peach cobbler.
many reviews and nobady mentioned their peach cobbler.
by the way i like their ribs, and the place looks bad enogh to keep yuppies away(this is good!). Links are good too, beef brisket is better at minnie's.
they could have bigger portion though.
Good Cue!. Had some take-out brisket, beef links and pork ribs with some baked beans, potato salad and coleslaw as sides. Brisket and links were very good but the ribs were a bit dry and salty, even with the bbq sauce (average). Sides were just ok and could use a bit of help to round out the meal. Service is very homey and there aren't too many places to sit inside so takeout is the primary option. An ok spot if you've got a hankering for meat but could be better...
A little slice of Heaven!. The food is screaming! One of my more favorite foods are the links with the hot sauce....watch out! The ribs are cooked well with very very few undercooked ribs. The other food choices are excellent as well. I would rate this one slightly above Big Nates in taste. I have eaten at a few bar-b-que joints in the city but by far this is the best. Great for parties too. I was able to feed about 20 guys for a bachlor party at a very good price.
Not as good as Texas!. I'm a native from the Bay Area who has thoroughly enjoyed Texas BBQ in Texas many times. I was in Austin just last week and had some incredible ribs there. Earlier tonight, I visited Brother-in-Law's for my first time. The pork spareribs were somewhat tasty and the brisket was mostly tender, and both were drenched in a spicy but one dimensional sauce. It simply does not compare with real Texas BBQ. The brisket completely lacked any smoke flavor and displayed no smoke ring. It was good enough that I ate it all up. Service was friendly and prompt for me. Kind of pricey for what I got, nearly $20 for a 2 meat combo w/side of spaghetti and bread. I'll give it another try, but my expectations aren't very high.
Mediocre Food At Best. The chicken was OK, but the ribs and beef were mediocre at best. Service was horrible and the wait for food was ridiculous.
really finger licken' good. A tiny hole in the wall serving up superior bar-b-que
Finger likin good. As a Son of the South whose lived here 25 years, I can say without hesitation that its better than anything in Texas, although Memphis, KC and NC are better. Best in San Francisco...hands down.
Smokin. Tender ribs . . . good potato salad . . . kitchen is always smokin.
Que up to the Brotha's. I've had Bar-B-Q all over the country and the ribs at the Brotha's is the best. Moist, juicy, tangy, suck the meat and juices from the bone good. Try the sweet potato pie, you'll go back for more. I was the last customer at the Brotha's in 1989 during the quake. My ribs were bouncing all over the counter as the cook tried to cut them. He didn't miss a beat. After bouncing around in a circle, I walked back inside and said, "I knew your ribs had soul, but I didn't know they could dance. try em'
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