Living in the Albany, NY area, which is definitely not a southern state…I would never ask for a sample of a restaurant’s bbq…sounds like you have some interesting clientele…on the other hand..perhaps if you wanted to send out as an amuse…perhaps some riblets..(low cost item) or burnt ends from a brisket…just as a taste..then that would create interest…but that’s up to you…if a customer likes the food, service, etc…they’ll come back..if not…well…I think that subject as been covered…
thank you all for your feedback on the filet. Now i’d like your opinions on wether or not i should give samples of the bbq i serve. since the restaurant is located in a state not thought of as a southern state,folks are suspicious of my ability to serve great que. i always comply,but when it’s busy ,it’s a pain for the waitstaff and kitchen. what say you?
customers wanting samples of my bbq
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