Slow-smoked barbecue and down-home sides dished up in a roadhouse setting.. In Short Famous Dave's recipes began as a hobby for Dave Anderson, who opened his first 'cue shack in Hayward, Wisc., in 1994. Now a national phenomenon, the restaurants cater to diners who dig into finger-licking-tasty meat. The menu features chopped pork, Texas brisket, baby back ribs and fire-kissed chicken slathered with signature sauces like vinegary Georgia Mustard. Entrees, some of which arrive atop a garbage can lid, come with corn on the cob, drunken apples, baked beans or slaw.
don't go to Famous Dave.
I ordered a carry out and wanted a specific time for pick up. When I got there, the order was not ready. I waited for 25 minutes without an explanation. I asked when my order was ready and I was told they don't know. I asked for my money back. The guy at the carry out desk told the manager that they lost my order and was making my order now.
This was terrible. No explannation. They did not even apogoly.
Don't go there. Let them lose their business and the managers realize that they need train their employees.
There are other local restaurant that you can support. Don't support a chain restaurant that can't do its job.