From the road it looks really small, and the parking lot was full of pick up trucks. This is a good sign. We had checked the menu, and noted that they ship all over the country - proof that their popularity had outstripped the size of their dining room.
Shana ordered some ribs and brisket, plus beans, fries, and a side of fried corn. I got a baked potato and planned to steal meat from her plate. Service was fast and friendly, although we did have to wait a few minutes for a table.
The verdict: DELICIOUS. Portions were generous but not outlandish. The meat was smoked with a dry rub and was juicy
and tender. The corn was succulent and piping hot, the beans exceptional. The sauce was tomato based with a vinegar zing and served on the side. They served really good iced tea, and the desert selection, while small, was excellent. We shared a very satisfying piece of coconut cream pie to round out our meal.
Clark's is in horse country, and the decor is suitably horsey - photos and drawings of equine subjects fill the walls. Corn is served with horse shoe nails as holders. I'm pretty sure we'll be stopping in again, or ordering on line.