Noticed a little of the Oklahoma food criticisms a few threads below (which I'm not disagreeing with as a whole)...but it brought to memory some very good BBQ I had there a couple years ago, I tried to locate it again last year but could not remember where it was or the name. What I do know:
We were staying at the Embassy Suites and drove to this joint, so it wasn't real far away. As I recall it wasn't exactly real close either, though.
The interior was rather distinctive: a single walk-up kithen counter to order, and a very
'old country-ish/western' type of decor.
To further elaborate on the decor, I believe there were some older newspaper clippings/ads here and there...but a lot of spurs, horseshoes etc. hung around the walls. Carved wood here and there, wooden benches and table and wood floor - - lotsa wooden stuff as I recall.
Standard BBQ menu: 2-3-4 way meat combos w/ ribs, chicken, brisket, featherbones and I believe sausage, plus the usual sides. I thought it was wonderfully smoked though, and good sauce and sides.
For all I know everyone else may thinks this place is a dank nasty hole, but I enjoyed it (maybe it was just because we were chowing on it during free cocktail hour).
If anyone knows the name or whereabouts of this place please let me know...I'd like to make a return visit the next time I'm there (otherwise I'll have to settle for Arby's again).