Best BBQ Places in Texas
March 8, 2015
Who doesn’t crave themselves a delicious smoked meat on a heavy day? Texas sure knows how to grill it’s meat to perfection. Here’s a list of some of the best BBQ Restaurants in Texas that you have got to try if you want a heavy meal and a happy face.
Highlighted in enriched news tablets and magazines, this smokehouse is located in the Main Street at Lexington. The meats are sold by the pound and you can eat till your pocket gives away. It’s fulfilling and appetizing, and you get to pick from a small menu of sides to go along. Shoot for their ribs on the one day they are open, that is Saturday.
This little heaven-like stall is situated on 11th St, Austin and is open from Tuesday to Sunday. They close by 3 pm so you have to make sure to grab what you desire from their heavy menu categorized into ‘By the Pound’, ‘Sandwiches’, ‘Pies’, ‘Sides’ and ‘Drinks’. The meat is fresh and cooked properly with all the roughness attached to a smokehouse. Moreover, they keep organizing events so you better be on the look out for those to have a great time hogging on delicious food.
Hard Eight BBQ at Roanoke presents what you call the most bomb burgers and sausage to go along with a sauce that simply brings water to your mouth and stars in your eyes. Aside from all this bliss, you get a free sweet tea and beans on the side. What would make you happier? Go get it, tiger.
This restaurant is located at Deep Ellum, Main Street, Dallas, and this relocation has brought on a huge crowd ready to dig in their hands on the delectable meats. Pecan Lodge serves a variety of smoked meat to be gulped down with beer and wine of assorted natures. They have yum desserts to give your meal a sweet ending.
- Black’s Barbecue – Lockhart
This shack at Lockhart speaks everything Texas – right from it’s board that says ‘Open 8 days a week’ to the one exclaiming ‘Beef ribs!’. As they claim, they do have the best beef ribs. The sausage is hand stuffed and hand tied which oozes awesomeness. The brisket is the smokiest of all, and you’ll find amazing pork ribs, whole chickens, turkey, sweet tea, shiner beer. Stop looking around and go attack.
The one in W Young St, Llano is the place to rush to for palatable flavor straight from the pit. With a rich menu of smoked meats, cobbler desserts about to bring your taste buds to full arousal, you have got to check this smokehouse out to enjoy the best of their chopped beef, pork chops, sirloins, briskets.
- Valentina’s Tex-Mex Barbecue
The magic awaits you at Brodie Lane, Austin and is open from Monday to Sunday until sold out. The smoked pork carnitas packed in a tight homemade tortilla is filled with a sausage that is absolutely juicy and smoky. Valentina’s brings a fusion of two Texan traditions and this is another reason for everyone to rejoice.