LOCATIONS

Lamberts

401 W. Second, 512/494-1500
Hours: Sun.-Wed., 11am-3pm, 5pm-10pm Thu.-Sat., 11am-3pm, 5pm-10:30pm

Courtesy of McGuire Moorman Hospitality

Once the historic landmark anchoring Liberty Lunch’s footprint, Lamberts was established in 2006 by Larry McGuire, Tom Moorman Jr., and Will Bridges in the revamped J.P. Schneider Store, built in 1873. Now it's a legit barbecue joint downstairs, and a swanky bar upstairs, complete with a stage for enjoying nightly live music, local beers, and slow smoked barbecue.
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Chronicle Reviews

Lamberts

Upscale barbecue in an Austin landmark

Virginia B. Wood, April 19, 2007

Articles

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Jessi Cape, June 7, 2018

Off the Record

Japanese guitarist Michio Kurihara drops Sunset Notes at Mohawk, Trail of Dead severe ties with Interscope, and Lamberts cooks up new residencies

Austin Powell, Oct. 25, 2007

First Plates Awards

Austin Music Awards

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