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Barbecue Restaurants in Austin, Under $10

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BBQ Revolution

BarbecueLower EastUnder $10

3301 E. 5th St, 512/387-0266

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Bert's Bar-B-Q

BarbecueCampusUnder $10

In addition to their chicken and ribs, this location offers breakfast tacos.

907 W 24th St, 512/474-2613

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Bert's Bar-B-Q

BarbecueNorthUnder $10

The chicken still rocks the yard, but with those ribs as an opener, you can't lose.

3563 Far West Blvd. #109, 512/345-2378

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Blue Ribbon Barbecue

BarbecueDowntownUnder $10

Owner Bobby Cavo has barbecue deep in his DNA. His mom, Mopsie, still provides the meat through her catering kitchen, all of it kissed by heritage post oak smoke.

120 E. Fourth, 512/369-3119

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Donn's Bar-B-Q

BarbecueEastUnder $10

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.

10003 FM 969, 512/928-0229

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Donn's Bar-B-Q

BarbecueSouthUnder $10

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.

2617 I-35, 512/382-6720

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Ed's BBQ

BarbecueEastUnder $10

Located in the former Lewis' BBQ, Ed's has begun its own tradition with pork roast, ribs (and tips), chicken, brisket, and all your favorite sides.

1814 Harvey, 512/236-0858

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Franklin Barbecue

BarbecueEastUnder $10 First Plates 

You'd better circle the wagons early if you want to snag some of Aaron Franklin's famous brisket. After an auspicious start as a trailer, this brick-and-mortar location is serving what's regularly called the best barbecue in Texas, if not the country. The Franklins are devoted to producing the best-tasting barbecue they possibly can, and they won’t sacrifice that quality to feed more customers. Best to get in line by 9:30am.

900 E. 11th, 512/653-1187

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House Park Bar-B-Que

BarbecueDowntownUnder $10

No-frills, award-winning, mesquite-smoked brisket, pork loin, sausage, chicken, and sandwiches have been served from the same smoke-redolent shack since 1943. Lunch only.

900 W. 12th, 512/472-9621

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Hudson's Sausage Company

BarbecueSouth Congress and South FirstUnder $10

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.

1800 S. Congress, 512/445-6611

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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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Micklethwait Craft Meats

BarbecueEastUnder $10 First Plates 

Tom Mickle­thwait's vintage 1960 Comet food trailer has a smoker on the back that produces terrific brisket, as well as moist chicken, baby back ribs, and pork loin. We want the sweet-spicy-garlicky sauce by the gallon, and while we're at it, we'll take as much mayo-mustard potato salad and sweet and sour slaw as we can fit in the car. Did we mention the housemade sausage?

1309 Rosewood, 512/791-5961

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The Pit Barbecue

BarbecueMidtownUnder $10

This place serves up barbecue plates and sandwiches at the counter, plus changing daily specials.

4707 Burnet Rd., 512/453-6464

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PoK-e-Jo's Smokehouse

BarbecueMidtownUnder $10

The central location has great grub for game day. The jalapeño-cornbread casserole is emphatically not to be missed.

1000 E. 41st, 512/302-1200

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PoK-e-Jo's Smokehouse

BarbecueNorthUnder $10

We swear by the moist and delicious pork loin and slices of smoked turkey breast, and the homemade hot sausage wraps are both cheap and addictive. The cobbler is so-so, but the banana pudding is very good.

9828 Great Hills Trail, 512/338-1990

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