Terry Black's Barbecue

1003 Barton Springs Rd., 512/394-5899

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After putting in some years working the pits at the family's renowned Lockhart temple, brothers Mike and Mark Black struck out to make their mark in Austin. The chopped beef sandwich is perfectly satisfying – piled with tender, flavorful meat that was not too fatty and plenty of pickles. Other standouts: The pork ribs impress, as does the lean brisket.
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Chronicle Reviews

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Terry Black's isn't quite ready for the big leagues

Virginia B. Wood, August 28, 2014


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