I am a huge fan of Cobre and Deacon's Corner, but not super keen on the food at Peckinpah.
I mean, it's pretty good, but there is nothing there that would have me fighting to go back any time soon.
When I go out for food, I like to order food that I don't or can't make well myself.
For me, BBQ needs to be gooey and messy. I wasn't so keen on the sour and dry BBQ, but I can see how it might appeal to others. If that what Carolina BBQ is supposed to be, I'll take a pass.
The side dishes ... hmm. Seriously, spinach should not be on the menu - instead, find Collards or even Mustard Greens. Braised mustard greens with garlic ... hells ya! Fantastic with BBQ ribs. The beans .. yikes! They were simply awful. The corn bread was very good, sweet and moist. Where were the grits with butter and salt? Authenticity, c'mon guys. I know you can do better.
The bottom line is, if you are doing a US BBQ, you need to understand what goes into a US/Carolina BBQ.
Service was excellent. Very friendly staff.
In the end, though, individual tastes are just that .. individual. So, what appeals to me, might not appeal to you, and vice versa. If you are keen to try something different, I would recommend you try it and see for yourself.
I hope you enjoy it.