Let me tell you a little more about the 2003 opening of J.D.’s current eat-in BBQ restaurant. Chip and I worked ourselves half-to-death to get the doors open. I quit my job as a legal assistant in Atlanta, to help with the business, with the thought that after the busy summer months, I would get a part-time job to help supplement our income.
There was so much work to do: remodeling, painting, and cleaning. There was the kitchen and dinning room to set-up. We had the health regulations to comply with, and the list goes on and on. Speaking of the Health Department, check out our inspection score. We’ve never had anything less than an “A”. We’re pretty proud of that.