It’s not visible from Interstate 10. No smoking pits sit outside. Heck, there’s not even any wagon-wheel lights dangling from the ceiling, just a retro room done up in black and white and chrome. What kind of barbecue place is this, anyway? Well, it’s the kind that’s worth finding. Order from the nice folks at the counter and decide whether you want your meat (usually pulled pork, brisket, sausage, ribs, and turkey) as a plate meal, with sides like baked beans, coleslaw, and creamed corn, or wrapped in a tortilla or a big, thick bun. And don’t miss the baked potato stuffed with chopped brisket and sour cream. Then you can go to the Caverns of Sonora and work up your appetite again.