No, not really, but that was their slogan. We had been craving some BBQ and we heard about this place from our sister in law and her family so we decided to give it a shot. I was so hungry after a long day of shopping, but more than that, I really needed a Diet Coke, as I was starting to get mega crabby. When we pulled up, I wasn't sure if we were in the right place-it looked like a gas station, which was an accurate thought because it was. We walked in and it had typical convenience store items along with a counter for BBQ and a nice shaded eating area. After some crabbing on my part, we got in line and made our way to the guy at the counter. We admitted we had never been there before or any place quite like it. We got a Welcome from the staff and an explanation of the meats and sides. We also got to sample any meat we wanted, provided it was not on the bone. We tried two kinds of brisket and turkey. I liked that there was a choice between lean brisket and the fatty stuff. I am not really a fan of the fatty brisket so I was happy that the lean tasted so flavorful and was not dry. We also tried the creamed corn side- I love corn and this was amazing. We ended up ordering brisket and sausage for me, turkey and sausage for him, and creamed corn and potato salad to share. When we got to the table, there was a huge bottle of sauce waiting for us. It seems that everywhere we go, the sauce is a little bit different, but this one tasted familiar. This sauce tasted very similar to Maull's BBQ sauce making us think of home. We were very happy with our brisket, turkey, creamed corn, and potato salad choices. The sausage was just okay, which was disappointing to us, as we usually love it. In addition, they gave us about half a loaf of white bread for sandwiches or just to eat. We really liked Rudy's and left happy, full, and much less crabby (thank you Diet Coke)!