Well, it's not a big country, but I'd still eat here back in the states. Barbecue is spot on (and pizzas are amazing). The owner is from the same town as my dad, which is fun.
Brunch is a fantastic value if you're drinking. No choice of 2 bottled beers, 2 terrible wines, and a premixed pitcher of sugar here. They've got plenty on tap, good sangria, and essentially an open bar (not that they'll give you 18-year Macallan for the price of brunch). Nothing is swill.
It's not "cheap", but like I said, excellent value for money.
One caveat: it isn't a quiet brunch. It can get rowdy - but that's what you want in a barbecue joint, right?!
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