7/22/13 12:14pm - Well if your name is "It's ribs!" you might want to serve some tender tasty pork ribs or change your name. I went a while back on recommendation of the beef ribs, which I would recommend. The menu selection had the Holy Trinity, so I mad it a point to come back.
I scored It's Ribs a 70 out of 100. This is Bum Steer BBQ but in fairness they don't market their BBQ prowess.
Brisket: Good. No smoke ring except on the ends. Tough of tender, a knife was needed. Good smoke and salty rub. Use the sauce.
Ribs: Poor. If you like over cooked and charred ribs, this is the place! The have successfully recreated your drunk uncle's backyard disaster. A St Louis cur spared rib dry of tender. A sticky charry black bark with a hint of burnt. Overcooked brown through and through. Use the sauce or just order the beef rib.
Sausage: Good. A fine ground pork sausage with great bacon and salt pork flavors. A little greasy and some faint smoke. No sauce needed.
Sauce: Good. A tangy strong molasses tomato vinegar based sauce. Overall flavor was good but it overpowered the meats.
PS: Try the beef ribs.