Get your insulated coffee mug, sunscreen and folding chairs. You're going to need them for the line at this newly annointed No. 1 barbecue spot in Texas by Texas Monthly. We were able to snag a spot in line and after not too long of a wait (just a couple hours), we learned what all the fuss is about. Go for a tray that offers all of their meats; the turkey will surprise you. And if they have Laotian sausage available, be sure to get it too. Brisket is served half fat and half lean. If you get some burnt ends thrown in too, that's the trifecta. The beans are some of the best we've ever had and the pork hash, while not pretty to look at, is a must. Their bread is made in-house daily so be sure not to pass on it.
All the goods.
- Price: $$$
- Hours: Friday-Sunday 11 a.m. to sold out.
- Outdoor seating: Open-air patio
- Alcohol: Beer/Wine
- Reservations: Not accepted
- Parking: Lot available