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OMG! Luling City Market! THE.BEST.BBQ.EVER! Sold on butcher paper by the weight, and you get your sides elsewhere. I might make a pilgrimage there this weekend!

Spent the last four days in San Antonio so I thought I would see how Texas BBQ stacked up to Carolina BBQ. Have to say i was impressed.

 

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OMG! Luling City Market! THE.BEST.BBQ.EVER! Sold on butcher paper by the weight, and you get your sides elsewhere. I might make a pilgrimage there this weekend!

Spent the last four days in San Antonio so I thought I would see how Texas BBQ stacked up to Carolina BBQ. Have to say i was impressed.

 

 

I take it not everyone serves it on paper? It was great BBQ - I stopped by on my way back from another Texas institution:

 

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Damn ABNredleg's post! That image of succulent barbecue got me spending good money on some Kenny Rogers' half slab of baby back ribs with garlic+chives potatos and steamed mix veg for sides, even when I had brought some lunch from home.

 

I know I know, Kenny Rogers stuff would most probably be tasteless shit compared to that awesomely irresistible barbecue in that post, but still....

 

:lol:

 

My tummy is now heavy, and I'm as happy as a kitty. Puurrrrrrrrrrr purrrrrrrrrr purrrrrrrrrrrrr.... ^_^

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Dickie's is now in NOLA. So now we have a few legit bbq places, including our own Voodoo bbq. We also have a Corky's. :D

 

We had a Corky's chain bbq place for a few years, but than it shut down and became cookie cutter Mexican joint. BBQ just is not that big of a draw around here.

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On 2/25/2014 at 6:51 AM, Murph said:

http://www.texasmonthly.com/lists/franklin-barbecue

 

According to my buddy Brad, Franklin BBQ in Austin is now the best there is in Texas. Texas Monthly seems to agree. Brad rated it as a religious experience.

Reviving this thread from seven years ago.

So we're driving to Corpus Christi this weekend for a week of fishing, sunbathing, and drinking and noticed we'd be driving straight through Austin and right by Aaron Franklin's BBQ joint.  So I look it up on line and sure enough, I can pre-order to make sure they have what I want.  What I didn't know is that they sell out a month and a half in advance.  I missed getting what I wanted by 40 days. 😢 

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There are several famous barbeque spots in Austin. Before the Coronageddon I looked into getting lunch at one. The drill is to get down there a couple of hours in advance, find a parking spot, then stand in line for 1-2 hours. This is for a Saturday lunch. I've no idea what one does to get dinner, I assume it requires forfeit of a kidney or something.

 

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On 5/21/2021 at 6:17 AM, Ivanhoe said:

There are several famous barbeque spots in Austin. Before the Coronageddon I looked into getting lunch at one. The drill is to get down there a couple of hours in advance, find a parking spot, then stand in line for 1-2 hours. This is for a Saturday lunch. I've no idea what one does to get dinner, I assume it requires forfeit of a kidney or something.

 

 

Franklin?

They're only open until 2pm and, like many popular barbecue places in Central and South Texas, they often sell out before then.

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