Marietta >Williamson Brothers Bar-B-Q
“the atmosphere is perfect and relaxing and the staff are top-notch.”
“The deserts are also very good and ample.”
“Huge glasses of soda or sweet tea.”
“The ribs are good, the sauce is very sweet and peppery, the onion rings are huge and tasty, the cole slaw is typically southern sweet, the chicken is a little dry but good, the pork and beef are better sliced than chopped, the brunswick stew is sweetly se”
“I's a great place to eat if you like BBQ.”
“Good food but mediocre service”
“You can't go wrong with the Riblet platter if you don't want to spend too much money but want a good portion to eat.”
“The service was alright - our server was very nice even though we had to ask for the gravy that was supposed to come with the mash potatoes and even after we had to ask for it, it took a long time for it to get to us.”
This place is awesome, the food is good and the staff is nice. Sometimes there is a wait on the weekends, but it is worth it!
All you can eat delicious southern BBQ for 10 bucks
great sauce. Very good BBQ! They have different kinds of sauce that you can choose from. I love the ranch style display.
Not what it used to be.
Williamson's used to be one of the better Que joints in the north metro, and they're still pretty good. However since they started opening mulitple locations and selling sauce in grocery stores the value isn't as good as it once was. Smaller portions for the dollar and the quality has slipped a notch.
Still an okay choice, but there are better BBQ joints nearby now.
Local Legends of Open Pit 'Cue. This large, wooden-planked pit house literally rose from the ashes (an early 90's fire nearly closed the doors forever) to become nearly as recognizable of a landmark as its neighbor the "Big Chicken". The sweet, tangy sauce that has become the hallmark of the brothers Williamson is featured early and often. Chopped pork plates with rich brunswick stew and creamy mac and cheese is served right along grilled half chickens with corn on the cob. Fried pickles are a great way to get things started while you look around to notice tons of antique license plates, letters of congratulation from plenty of conservative politicos, and other southern accoutrements. The freshest food will be found during the predictably busier times - so avoid the late tuesday lunches and you'll be fine.
Great Food and Service - First time visitor. Had a great time wtih co-workers as a first time visitor. Will be sure to go back.
Sauce to die for. Saucy, sweet, and meaty heaven!
Takes so good makes you wanna slap your mama. We were recommended by many people as a place to not pass up on a trip out to Georgia. Great bbq, welcomed by a cow's head and open bbq. As the doors open, there is a best of citysearch plaque and as you dig in you will soon know why. I got the combo with ribs, pulled pork, pulled beef, grilled chicken, texas toast, and baked beans. Try the bbq sauce on the table, left feeling full but accomplished!
Really Good BBQ!. What is there to say… BEST BBQ IN TOWN!!! Better yet Best BBQ in the STATE!!! I have been a loyal patron for many years and the BBQ has only gotten better!
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