For us travelers, M&M is not convenient. It’s take-out only. No seats whatever, except for a few chairs opposite the order window where customers wait for their food. But BBQ aficionados gladly suffer the inconvenience for food this good. There’s a decent-size parking lot for dashboard- or tailgate-dining.
Unspeakably tender pulled pork, perfumed by smoke, is smoke-pit rapture. It is available with a choice of sauces: sweet-mild, medium, sweet-hot, hot, and xxx. All complement the pork in a good way, although the sweet ones can overwhelm it. The same sauces are available for big, beautiful spare ribs that are laden with meat that falls easily from the bone and chews just-right for maximum flavor impact. Other available meats include chicken and brisket as well as hot dogs and wings.
Side dishes include mac & cheese that is butter-rich, peppery collard greens, and fried cabbage that resonates bacon flavor.
By the end of a meal from M&M, expect your taste buds to be so fully satisfied that they’re ready for a nap. But it’s worth leaving room for house-made banana pudding or a slice of refreshing Key lime pie.