When heading out to the area's western reaches, this postage-stamp-size outpost can add down-home zing to your day—if you can find it, that is (signage has been known to disappear), and if you don't mind the somewhat gritty atmosphere. Breakfast, which includes sausage gravy and biscuits, is served 6–11 am, but the big attraction is barbecue beef, pork, or chicken, on platters or in sandwiches for lunch through dinner until about 8 pm. Alternatives include a spicy Brunswick stew and fried jumbo shrimp. There's apple, peach, cherry, and pecan pie, and a small-fry menu. Order takeout or eat at the counter, at wooden tables, or at a half dozen or so booths.
1285 S. State Rd. 7, U.S. 441, just south of Davie Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33317, United States