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Barbecue Restaurants in West Austin and Lakeway

12 results Barbecue West Austin and Lakeway

Dickey's Barbecue Pit

BarbecueWest Austin and Lakeway$10-$25

Best known for chicken and ribs, this place also serves up sides such as macaroni and cheese, fried okra, and onion rings.

11416 FM 620 N, 512/250-8844

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Donn's Bar-B-Q

BarbecueWest Austin and Lakeway

Bite down into some of the juiciest ribs, chicken, brisket, and tenderloin around at the closest family-style barbecue to the fairgrounds. This place also serves a mean breakfast.

7001 Oak Meadow Dr., 512/288-4060

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It's All Good BBQ

BarbecueWest Austin and LakewayUnder $10

Frankie Hoch started with a modified propane tank welded onto a trailer. Now he and his partners are mopping meat for Travis County barbecue fans, who say it's all good.

22112 Hwy. 71, 512/264-1744

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R.O.'s Outpost

BarbecueWest Austin and Lakeway

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.

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

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Rudy's Country Store & Bar-B-Q

BarbecueWest Austin and LakewayUnder $10

Good-quality smoked meats are available by the pound, along with all the white bread, pickles, onions, and peppers you need.

2451 Capital of TX Hwy. S., 512/329-5554

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Rudy's Country Store & Bar-B-Q

BarbecueWest Austin and Lakeway

Quality smoked meats are available by the pound, along with all the white bread, pickles, onions, and peppers you need.

7709 RR 620 N., 512/250-8002

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Schmidt Family Barbecue

BarbecueWest Austin and Lakeway First Plates 

The key word for the meats at Schmidt Family is moist, followed by the word tender. Expect no glazes, just smoke and spice. The original sausage is distinguished by a beefy flavor accented with pepper, garlic, and cayenne.

12532 FM 2244, Bee Cave, 512/263-4060

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SLAB BBQ & Beer

BarbecueWest Austin and Lakeway$10-$25

When asked to describe the style and flavor profile at SLAB (which stands for Slow, Low, and Bangin'), Mark Avalos responds, "It's Memphis meets Carolina meets Texas." Go through a cafeteria-like line and the meats – brisket, pork, sausage, chicken, or St. Louis-style pork ribs – are chopped or sliced to order for sandwiches, wraps, or sliders.

7101 W. Hwy 71, 512/243-8000

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Smokey J's Barbeque

BarbecueWest Austin and LakewayUnder $10

is a definitive Texas barbecue joint with window service, picnic tables, and a smoking pit out back. Meat is available by the sandwich, the plate, or the pound, and it's still BYOB.

7008 RR 620 N., 512/331-4888

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Table 620 Dining & Drinks

Barbecue, Pub GrubWest Austin and Lakeway

2000 RR 620 S., Lakeway, 512/599-5860

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The County Line Bar-B-Q

BarbecueWest Austin and Lakeway$10-$25

This place will bring you big platters of sweetly sauced beef ribs, tender brisket, and peppery sausage with all the trimmings until you tell the waiter to please stop.

6500 Bee Caves Rd., 512/327-1742

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Uncle Billy's Rooftop on Lake Travis

BarbecueWest Austin and Lakeway

Enjoy your smokey favorites on one of several decks overlooking Lake Travis. Don't forget to order Billy's Beer-Battered Onion Rings while you're there.

6550-B Comanche Trail #201, 512/266-0111

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