Okay, make that today. Woots is located in the White Oak Center (at the corner of Cheviot and Jessup) between Fitworks and LaRosa's, and is pretty easy to spot thanks to its circular logo with a pig in front of some flames. The owner(s) are from Georgia, and it appears to be a family operation. They said they have been open since the first week of December. They are very obviously geared towards carryout, but seating does exist, although it is extremely minimal (a handful of tables, maybe 12 chairs total) and extremely tight.
Lunch was a mixed bag. I went with the brisket sandwich and one side for $6.99, plus a bottled drink. (They do not have a soda fountain yet.) Everything smelled great, to be sure, but the brisket was a bit overdone, a bit tough and fatty, and tasted more like smoke than anything else (which may be a plus for some people). The mac was above average, mostly thanks to the use of real cheese, and their spicy BBQ sauce is extremely good, instantly one of my favorite "hot" BBQ sauces around here...just the right amount of heat that doesn't distract from its flavor one bit.
The menu offers pulled pork, brisket, pulled chicken, St. Louis ribs, wood-fired whole/half chicken, wings, and rib tips, along with several fish selections (cod, catfish, tilapia, shrimp po'boy), which I assume are fried. Sides include "cabbages", collard greens, mac, cole slaw, yams, baked beans, potato salad, green beans, fries, applesauce, and a side salad. Daily specials include 3 wings + 1 side for $4.99, and rib tips + 1 side for $5.99. Lunch and dinner prices are different, and dinners include 2 sides and a roll or cornbread.
I'll be back to try something else on the menu. The racks of meats he was loading into the smoker looked great; I just wasn't particularly impressed with the brisket that came out.