Many times I've driven past the military vehicle and large sign in front of Mission BBQ with curiosity, but never enough to actually go in and check it out. Today I did so; and I'll be back.
My dining companion explained that the franchise began out of efforts from two military veterans who'd served together in the Middle East. He went on to explain that at noon -- which was moments away -- we'd likely see the place stop normal activities to observe the national anthem. It happened at noon sharp and it was great.
My whole experience began by walking into a pleasantly rustic environment with loads of military and patriotic memorabilia all punctuated by a wonderful smoky aroma from the BBQ. This is an organization that gives back and is quite serious about its mission. However, the whole thing would collapse if the food fell short of the brand and purpose but it doesn't--some of the best BBQ I've had and each table is equipped with six -- yes count them -- six different BBQ sauces. What more could I want?
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