The only vegetarian entree is the pulled jackfruit sandwich ($8). "Jackfruit. What the fuck is that?" you ask. It's is an East Asian fruit that, when ripe, tastes kind of like a banana crossed with a pineapple. However, it's also commonly used in its unripened form as a vegetable. The stringy texture and blank slate of flavor lends itself to any sort of shredded-meat substitute. As long as it's seasoned well, it rules. And let me tell you, Blue Pit's was seasoned, smoked, and shredded to perfection. The smoky, crispy little bits were piled generously on a roll and topped with slaw. It was tasty and messy, just like barbecue should be. It even looked enough like pulled pork to fool an omnivorous friend. We could not think of a single way to improve it. We would even go so far as to say that it is the best vegetarian entree we've had at a non-vegetarian, non-ethnic restaurant.