I can't believe a place like this exists in the middle of nowhere... I've been to some great BBQ spots, like Green Street Smoked Meats (the best), Smoque, etc. I never thought I would find anything remotely comparable to Green St. We've stepped in on a Friday night into this beautiful, small shack. Wait... before we've done that, a wonderful smoky smell enticed us to pull the door open. Once inside, the place is small and beautifully designed. Nothing fancy, rustic wood, mason jar Edison light bulb lights, and some brick. We've ordered brisket, sausages, and short rib. For sides, we've gotten ranch beans, honey slaw, and cheese grits. For dessert, it was bourbon pecan pie, peach cobbler, and banana pudding. I've sat down and took a first bite of my brisket, thinking it's gonna be okay. Holy freaking sh%^!!! The amount of flavor, the smokiness, umami, and it melted in my mouth. This place managed to make Green St. taste like its nothing. I absolutely loved it!! Short rib was exact same... Sausages... outstanding! The chorizo had beautiful amount of spice and plenty of flavor. The sides were just as good. Ranch beans have a lot in them and and balance beautifully. The peppers play a nice crunch and sweetness with the barbecue and heartiness of the beans. Cheese grits are not my thing because of the texture, but the boyfriend loved them, and they sure had great amount of flavor. Honey slaw was very good too, earthy flavor, with the right amount of sweetness and good balance with it not being overly creamy. We also got the potato salad which was very good as well. Lastly, dessert. Oh my god! Homemade and amazing!!! All of it!! The peach cobbler was hot and nutty, absolutely outstanding. Banana pie was great as well, with a bit of alcohol-like flavor to it. Pecan pie is loaded with pecans and amazingly flaky crust. This place needs to get famous. It has tremendous food and a great vibe to it. It is perhaps my favorite restaurant ever! That's saying something.