Linda and I took a short drive to Willis, Michigan after work to eat at Boneheads BBQ.
I had brisket and Linda had the St. Louis ribs.
The restaurant is in a restored historical building. The dining room is on the small side for the dinner rush. With a full restaurant, it becomes a little crowded. At our table for two, the table for 5 next door was a distraction. We heard about scare crows, gardening, and the recent phone calls to great-grandmother. It was hard to carry on a conversation because their conversation was on the loud side.
Based on the name - Boneheads BBQ - I expected a menu focused on primarily traditional bbq, but they also offer many other items like seafood and prime rib.
The bbq brisket was actually pretty good. The rib I bummed from Linda's plate was on the average side, but I've had ribs in other restaurants that were much, much worse.
Before anyone draws a conclusion that I didn't like the restaurant, I should add that we do plan to return again. It's slightly above average restaurant barbecue, but they don't concentrate solely on serving barbecue items.