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Restaurant was really cold inside, the ribs I ordered were cold. Not an inviting atmosphere. The sides were served hot and were good.
Possibly the creepiest restaurant space I've ever seen, but equalled by the terrible food. Do these people even know what BBQ is? And topped off by being overcharged. Please find some other way to make a living.
Out of ribs and brisket probably should close for the day. Pulled pork was a little dry and the greens need seasoning
The pork was dry and not flavorful The coleslaw was okay, and the beans were pretty good The value was poor even with the Groupon
Service was great The cashier was friendly and pleasant as this was the best part of the visit
Try the burnt ends, not the best I've ever had, but at least they had them!
good food but drinks were scarceran out of ribs while we were thereand not much seatingget it to go
I've read mixed reviews but wanted to give this neighborhood place a shot We went there tonight around 7 for dinner Even with the groupon discount, the portions were meager for the money The beans were kind of hard and didn't taste all that great The mashed potatoes were lukewarm, the cole slaw was good The chicken was good The burnt ends and brisket were so-so Sauces were solid I could see and even taste the potential in the food, but this was a miss The guys seem nice, but very disorganized and not like they have any kind of process nailed down I'll give it a shot for lunch sometime, but my wife is not inclined to come back
From Our Editors
At some point during his 15+ years in the restaurant industry, Darren Byrd earned an epic nickname: "Big Country." So, when it came time to name his new restaurant, he went with the term of endearment that reflected his years of hard work and the barbecue he made so well. His eponymous restaurant lives up to its name; here, the "Big" comes through in the massive platters of Texas-style barbecue, with pulled pork, ribs by the rack, and burnt ends made with locally-sourced meat and family recipes. The "Country," meanwhile, comes through in the extras: sweet tea and sides of homestyle staples, from potato salad to collard greens. Really, there's only one element of the eatery that Darren's nickname doesn't cover: the food truck, whose team serves Big Country's meals at art walks, cultural festivals, and catered car chases throughout Denver.