It’s also the second Davie location, bordering Weston on the southeast side.
"We just want to be in great neighborhoods with great people,” co-founder Stephen Newton says. “We'll go wherever there are people who love barbecue, love America and her heroes. The Weston community represents that."
Favorites include North Carolina pulled pork sandwich ($6.79), Texas-inspired brisket ($8.79), baby back or St. Louis spare ribs ($2.19-$18.99) and jalapeno-cheese sausage ($5.99). Look for the “black plate special” featuring the brisket burger (market price) and a seasonal side of smoked corn on the cob ($2.19) at the end of May.
"It's oak for smoke,” Newton says. “This works well when you have a 12- to 14-hour smoke time on a brisket or pork. We smoke with real oak hardwood all day, every day."
Desserts ($2.19) include house-made brownies and seasonal specialties, such as Peggy's Peach Cobbler, which is offered through May.
Lunch and dinner are served daily amid corrugated metal, concrete floors, wood furniture, a butcher-block countertop, military and firefighter memorabilia, yellow walls — with one dedicated to 9/11 — and sidewalk seating.