I am going to warn you that the door is challenging but once you get in or out you will be very pleased.
The menu is pretty much what you would expect from southern BBQ, great appetizers including fried pickles, fried okra and mac-n-tots. Lot of sandwiches, including a veggie burger. Sides include some old favorites like collard greens, bayou baked beans, cornbread and sweet potato wedges.
The picnic dinners include two sides and cornbread. We thought that one would probably be big enough for the two of us to share so we go the dinner sampler which includes beef brisket, and two rib bones.
We chose the mac and cheese and the coleslaw for our sides.
We enjoyed the meal very much, so much so that I bought a jar of the sauce to take home and use. Was it the best I have ever had, no, but the best is 500 miles away in Virginia. This is good BBQ and Gideon's is now on the list of restaurants that we enjoy patronizing.