- In Short
Great sauce and excellent slow-cooked meats have kept this place going strong since 1967. Walk in and call your order through the thick glass, and the staff will have your order up in no time. Lem's sauce is slathered on with a large paintbrush and tastes good on everything, including hot links, crusty-tender ribs and tips. Fried-to-order chicken takes time, but it's worth the wait. All dishes are served on a bed of fries.
User Reviews for Lem's Bar-B-Q House
Fall off the bone ribs
We heard that the ribs here were good so we went. It was in a poorer area of town and Lem's does not accept credit cards. Fortunately, we had enough cash. The ribs were delicious...
- posted on 10.24.12
- by benicole05
- Barbecue Food 2007