The first time we tried to go to Georgia Boy’s BBQ in Oldsmar, they were closed, but we finally made it out there today for lunch. This is definitely one of those hole-in-the-wall BBQ joints. There’s no seating inside and one picnic table out front, so plan to get your BBQ to go.
The owner offered us a taste of the pulled pork when we walked in. It had a nice BBQ flavor and I ended up getting the pulled pork sandwich and some potato salad.
He definitely piled on the pork, but I should have told him to go lightly on the sauce. He drenched the sandwich. I ended up having to eat it with a fork because there was no way to pick it up without wearing the sauce. I really liked the potato salad too.
Loren got a half rack of ribs and a side of collard greens. He went for the spicy sauce, which wasn’t really spicy, but more tangy.
The ribs were really tender and flavorful. I would definitely order those again. He said the collards weren’t anything special, but let’s face it, it’s not about the sides, it’s about the meat. For $20, this is probably one of the best BBQ meals we’ve had in a while.
Georgia Boy’s BBQ
205 E St Petersburg Dr