With a double glass door and a South Carolina State Palmetto tree sign mounted on the left, we found some really good BBQ this week at Mission BBQ, the American Way, in North Myrtle Beach.
We really loved the old military truck out front with the smoker mounted in the bed – have smoker will travel. I wonder if they’ve ever considered a delivery to New England. 🙂
They opened their first restaurant on September 11, 2011 and currently have locations in eleven states from Indiana to Florida.
I had the brisket sandwich and fries. Brisket was great, there were six different sauces to try, and the fries were hot and seasoned with salt and pepper. My husband liked the meat plate, cheesy potatoes and beans. The servings were such that we brought enough home for dinner.
The interior of the store is patriotic and the decorations are devoted to the armed forces, police, fire, and first responders. Nice.
Please excuse the quality of some of the photos. I could only do so much with a cell phone camera and the lighting that was directed onto the signs.
They went out of their way to recognize my husband for his service including thanking him, shaking his hand, and bringing him a free dessert which came home with us as well.
We’ve eaten good BBQ before, but haven’t done it surrounded by such positive interior design.
It may only be a glass door, but it sure leads to an exceptional meal and patriotic vibes which we always appreciate. 🙂
Linked to Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors, January 18, 2017.