So, Iron Starr isn't satisfied serving mac and cheese from a box, baked beans from a can or french fries from a freezer. While there's no sin committed by those who do, Iron Starr simply is a little more ambitious. That can be a sink-or-swim risk for an establishment.
But when you serve a fancy mac and cheese that develops a cult following, knee-weakening cornbread, whole batter-fried okra and homemade pickles, the upside is hard to miss.
That said, Iron Starr doesn't forget barbecue is king.
Whether it's smoked, rubbed or sauced by a Kansas City Barbecue Society-certified pit-master, your Uncle Cleetus or chef Jose Barrios at Iron Starr, barbecue is comfort food.
By making a club sandwich out of it, isn't Iron Starr simply doubling your comfort? Try a BBQ Club for yourself to decide.
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