The barbecue was very delicious. The staff was friendly and we enjoyed it tremendously. Love their baked beans tremendously and the Tupelo sauce for the barbecue was great. We also had some yummy pecan pie.
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2nd stop on this BBQ tour. Reviews are kinda inconsistent but gotta try it Standard rib pricing. Kinda pretty/clean interior. TV was on in the corner and playing the movie "shred". Turn off the tv and turn in some blues or country. Beans: tasty Onion...More
1st choice was Dickey's but it has closed down. So BBQ by Jim was our 2nd pick. The bbq is usually pretty good, but I got two pounds to go and it wasn't very good, but after it had been put in the refrigerator and...More
We went here after the car show. It had been recommended to us. We got a pulled pork and pulled chicken dinner to go. Both had beans and potato salad. They were out of slaw. Both sort of dry but had O.K. flavor. The beans...More
Stopped in on a drive thru Tupelo while heading south on a father/son spring break golf trip. My son found Jim's online and we decided to stop. I had the rib plate w/baked beans and onion rings, my son the pulled pork plate w/fries and...More
We had 1/2 rack of ribs with two sides which was a huge plateful of food. The ribs were awesome, as were the baked beans and sweet potato fries.
Found this place on TA. Glad we stopped. I had the regular pulled pork with baked beans and fried okra. The pork was very tasty. The okra was hand battered and the beans had sausage in it. Both were excellent. My husband ordered the onion...More
I love spending my money at a local establishment where the food is great and the owner is charitable. Plate lunches are quick and like grandma made it, b-b-q is never fatty and always tender. Five stars all the way around.