Was here for 4th of July, and the BBQ was "meh", a bit dry, small portions, nothing special. We went back Labor Day weekend, and saw a smoker out front on the patio that looked like a steam locomotive, and wow, did they up their game. The brisket was fantastic with that pink outer lining that says it was smoked a long time; very tender, very flavorful. The portions were huge, pricing reasonable, and dessert was included. I should mention that the desserts come directly from the Gingerbread House bakery on site, and were warm from the oven (we had the brownie). I highly recommend the mac and cheese as a side, a world different than the slimy stuff you get from a box at the store. We sat out on the patio, which was a relief to us to be out in the cool while the valley sweltered down below in the humid heat that weekend. The service was very personable, overall experience was excellent.