The down-home feel of the barbecue at Bullies is quite authentic, and the fact that its modest storefront is next to a gas station doesn't hurt any. This is a low/no-frills type of place that's a good stop for anyone with a penchant for slow-cooked pork. The 'cue here is solid overall, slathered in a sauce that rides hard toward the tangy side, and away from sweet. For those who might be wary of the fire of barbecue, never fear: The offerings here are intense in flavor, but not scary spicy. The tasty beef brisket dinner includes French fries, slaw, and jalapeño-cheddar cornbread. Bullies also offers its own barbecue sauce in a jar for sale, along with a variety of tchotchkes. Weekly specials include a pound of pork on Tuesdays and a full slab of ribs on Wednesdays. You can put together a to-go picnic as well.