Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Tejas and the Gulf States' started by ghostrider1964, Mar 29, 2010.
Have to add that to my To Do List, right after Harvey, etc.
Damn, now I'm hungry, too.
Looks like the fire was contained to the pit building, with only minimal smoke damage to the restaurant. Phew, that was close.
Wow! If only we could get there.
Not much chance of fire right now, flood maybe.
BBQ on the Brazos is legit!
This might be my new North Texas favorite, edging out Heim. Heim has better sides, and a better restaurant, but if it's the best Q in DFW you're looking for, and that's what you should be looking for, get yourself to Cresson quickly.
Had a bite to eat in Celina at a brand new (September) BBQ joint. Sampled the brisket - tender and meaty, tasty, good smoke ring and a char on the outside. I'm going back when I can have a full meal to try the ribs and sides
Nice patio too.
Awesome looking place! I am going to have to check them out, just a 40 minute ride north for me. Thanks!
OK, I need some help. I am in the Beaumont area and our BBQ choices are mediocre to poor. So, point me to a few spots in E TX , I'll make it a day trip. Thanks.
All within 2 hours of Beaumont, all on the Texas Monthly top 50 list. Pickings are slim in SE Texas, you're going to have to drive to get great Q.
Yep, thanks. But I am looking in E TX further north in the piney woods. I avoid Hstn as much as possible.
Bodacious in Longview is going to be your best bet in ETX. A couple of hot shots from Austin took over the original location from the Lindsey family and turned it in the No 4 best bbq in the state, according to Texas Monthly.
Joseph’s Riverport Barbecue in Jefferson and Stanley’s Famous Pit Barbecue in Tyler also made the Top 50 List, but didn't crack the top 10.
Disclaimer: I haven't tried any of these, but I trust The List.