R.O.'s Outpost

22518 Hwy. 71 #2, Spicewood, 78669, 512/264-1169

John Anderson

Located about 400 yards west of their old location in a 24 foot chrome yellow trailer, with magnificent sunsets from the hills above the Pedernales Valley, sits R.O.'s. Pork ribs are St. Louis cuts, and the pork loin is meltingly tender. Smoked turkey breast and smokey sausage round out the options.
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Chronicle Reviews

Long Live R.O.'s

The Osbans are back in business in a trailer on their own land

Mick Vann, December 20, 2012

Best of Austin Awards

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