The food that the friendly, efficient wait staff at Country Barbeque bring to the table is quite good. The joint serves moist, tasty barbecue that is chopped to an ideal consistency—not too fine and not too chunky. The dip that accompanies the ’cue is an excellent, sharply vinegared dark brown mixture that is reminiscent of the dip served at Lexington #1. The red barbecue slaw that accompanied my ‘cue was good, although a little bit sweet for my taste. The hush puppies were only mediocre, as they were small and somewhat overcooked. I had a better than average piece of homemade peach cobbler for dessert.