I'm not sure what you would call the decor here, maybe old American pioneer. Imagine if the Hatfields and McCoys had stopped fighting, opened a bbq joint, and hung all their stuff on the Wall TGI Friday style, and this is would be the county line. The food varied greatly from fantastic to awful so it's hard to give this a definitive rating. We started with the fried pepper jack cheese bite which were good. I got the pit master's special platter which I guess, from their description, is the holy grail of beef brisket and the fried ocra and corn on the cob. The brisket and corn were both great. The ocra bad, like real bad, the fry job made the outside hard and chewy, I think they may fried it, let it cool, and then refried it. The wife got the two meat platter with turkey and sausage. Her sides were the Mac n' cheese and mashed potatoes. The turkey was incredible, juicy, with a smoky flavor. The sausage was also good but not life changing like the turkey. The Mac tasted like stoffers but the mashed potatoes were decadent. Overall, the food is hit or miss hence the three stars but if your looking at just meat it would be five. Also our waitress Jacqueline was one of the best waitresses I've had in a long time.