The pulled pork is served on two fresh white buns and sprinkled with some of their very own pork rub. The pork for the sandwich is almost packed into a hamburger patty shape which we both found to be a little different. It had great flavor and was definitely some of the better pulled pork we've tried so far. It tasted fresh and had a lot of flavor. The only complaint was that it was a bit dry. I found that the vinegar sauce was a great companion for the meat though while Jamie dipped the rest of hers into the sweet sauce. The fries were cooked perfectly and just your standard crinkle cut fries. The pulled pork sandwich easily showed up my half rack of ribs. We both cleared our plates, got a sweet tea to go, and then headed up I-85.
We left Jack's Old South 1 a little disappointed since we had such high hopes. The food wasn't the best we've had, but it was far from the worst. If I'm ever back in Braselton, Georgia I'd like to try my luck with some of the BBQ chicken. The pulled pork was decent while the ribs and baked beans were too sweet for my personal liking. I didn't taste too much wood flavoring or rub in the ribs which was a little disappointing.
It's obvious that Myron Mixon can make some of the best BBQ in the world, but this wasn't even the best BBQ in Georgia. I wouldn't plan a road trip or anything around Jack's Old South 1, but if you're in the area I'd definitely stop in to try it and pay homage to one of competition BBQ's best teams.