This place is just what it looks like, a hole in the wall joint. The Pit Stop is owned by a couple that are just down home southern pleasant and put all their love into their food. Sweet tea is made in giant pots on the stove top. You can see the pic of the kitchen which is as basic and old fashioned as it gets. The pork, ribs, and chicken are all smoked out back. There are a couple of picnic tables outside on the porch and inside there is just a counter to sit at with a few open spots. The decor is just old knick knacks like die cast race cars, books, and family military memorabilia. The food was very good and the pork and sauce had a flavor that is unique to The Pit Stop. I enjoyed my lunch there and will gladly go back for more of the food and the atmosphere.