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Fake Name | May 7, 201501:48 PM     9

Been hearing about this place for some time and thought I'd check it out. Their tagline is "Low *N* Slow". It's in Spring Valley. And yes "Cali" is akin to chalkboard fingernails, but I'm old and curmudgeonly.

They offer a full bar, including something I found very exciting- a Fishbowl of Sangria that included two free rubber duckies. It's a sports bar that was thankfully quiet on a Thursday midday, but for those that enjoy such places, I'll bet this is a great one. They had lots of cones and signs to direct customers to several parking options.

I had the BBQ Combo plate with ribs and brisket, beans, slaw ($1 more than the fries) a cornbread muffin and iced tea- grand total with tax and tip was about $31- a bit more than my typical lunch budget, but I did go big.

My server was friendly. They had lots of cones and signs to direct customers to several parking options. They offer catering, too.

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