Mmmmmmmm, I concur with the Arkansas Times then. I stayed near Ozark a couple of years ago with some friends, and if possible…would of moved into the Rivertowne permanently. The atmosphere was pure bbq pit ambience, clean, smokey and lots of conversation. Our waitress was a gal who was home for the summer from college and was as charming as I’ve ever talked to. She could tell by accents,we weren’t locals.(West Virginia Hillbilly here) A few moments later…the jukebox started blaring out Country Roads….and everyone was clapping and singing….courtesy of our waitress.
As for the food……pure, divine, heaven…..the ribs, the pulled pork, the half chickens to name just a few entrees…..simply melted in your mouth. A great variety of sauces and good ol’ traditional side dishes made that place among the most delightful, I’ve ever eaten at. I’ve even had some bbq fed exed to me from there.[8)]