LeRoy & Lewis

121 Pickle Rd., 512/945-9882
Smoked meats – Akaushi brisket, beef cheeks, sausage, and more – come with unconventional barbecue accompaniments like kimchi, beet BBQ sauce, and kale Caesar slaw.
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First Look: LeRoy & Lewis

What does barbecue look like in 2017?

Dan Gentile, May 18, 2017

First Plates Awards

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Hudson's Sausage Company

The place to bring your deer to have it properly dressed, and while you're at it, pick up some genuine, top-drawer beef jerky. Retail sales of all cuts of beef.

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Terry Black's Barbecue

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.

1003 Barton Springs Rd., 512/394-5899

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