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.
Quality smoked meats are available by the pound, along with all the white bread, pickles, onions, and peppers you need.
Good-quality smoked meats are available by the pound, along with all the white bread, pickles, onions, and peppers you need.
Stays open until 3am on Fridays and Saturdays, so if you hurry over you can still make it after the clubs close. Some say they have the best chicken in town.
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.
Meats here are smoked over post oak, sold market-style, and priced by the half pound: brisket, chopped beef sandwiches, three kinds of sausage, beef ribs, pork ribs, pork shoulder, chicken, and turkey. The five sides, potato salad, cole slaw, pinto beans, mac and cheese, and corn casserole, are sold by the serving as well by the half-pint, pint, and quart. Finish off the meal with warm peach cobbler topped with Blue Bell ice cream or creamy banana pudding. Oh, and the taps are stocked with local brews.
If you're crazy enough to not want the excellent beef or pork ribs, take a chance on the chicken, turkey, or ham.
Watch the heat rise with this selection of hot Elgin sausage and fine Texas meat. The brisket is available raw or cooked, as are the ribs, mutton, and, yes, summer sausage.
You'll find plastic tablecloths, a walk-up counter, a TV in the corner, and delectable barbecue. This is some of the moistest, heartiest brisket in town, and the chicken jumps off the bone. The smoked boudin sounds intriguing.
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