Not the worst BBQ I've had in Toronto, but the brisket sandwich was wet and joyless and the sauce hard to tell from ketchup. It would have been a good sloppy joe, but it was sold as 'q.
I'd probably have been quite happy with it if my in-laws weren't from Missouri. They've spoiled me with trips to Arthur Bryant's and Gates in KC, Biffles in Concordia, and Pappy's and Sugarfire in StL.
Public - a year ago