The staff are prompt to tend to your every need and sensitive to know enough to leave you alone when you take an important call. You can ask for specific and personal nuances with your meal and you get exactly what you want with no attitude...only attentiveness.
Once the BBQ arrives that will be the focus of the rest of the evening. You will try - and fail - to figure out the intricacies of each layer of flavoring. Go ahead; see if you can figure out the base, the smoke, the rub, the finish. It is tough.
What I will tell you is that from the first bite until you hit the pillow you will drift in and out of being able to identify the fancy of the flavors you experienced at Q BBQ. And still you won't really know, only get faint suggestions of flavor and hints of taste.
You want a real treat? Ask to talk with Tom Stewart - one of the owners. See if you can drag out of him any piece of what it is that sets his style apart from others. You won't stand a chance. Like a good son of
I put a challenge to him that I know he will engage: "Give us something with bourbon and plums in the base; bourbon and prunes.". He can go wild on the rub and smoke, but let's start with bourbon and plums. I know he can do it.
Head out to this place and just relish the food, try to decipher the flavors, and get all jacked up on culinary layering. It is a great place, with great people, and great food...you need to let food be a mystery every once in a while. This here is a good place to do that.