I finally tried Tomlin's BBQ. It's on the Osage Farms lot. My excuse had always been that I wasn't there at the right time. I didn't let myself cop that plea this time---I had my BBQ as a late breakfast.
Here is where the magic happens:
And here is the magic, my pork sandwich. The meat was beautifully tender and flavorful; the smoke is subtle as is usual in pulled pork. Tomlin's has won several awards for their sauce and I can see why. It's a vinegar sauce but it has a lot more going on than any other vinegar sauce I can remember. The vinegar note is definitely there, but they have several other flavors in the sauce that I can't identify. I guess I'll just have to go back. The bun is the traditional white bread but they gently toast it on an electric griddle. I think that is an indication of the care they put into all aspects of their food. I can see why this little tiny shack has won awards.