Lockhart Smokehouse is smokin’ this holiday season with family-style portions to celebrate the season. From the smokehouse enjoy fully smoked turkeys and hams, prime rib, or whole briskets (serves 18-20 people) served along side green bean casseroles, cheesy potato casserole, smoked cream corn, mac n’ cheese with peach cobbler and s’mores bread pudding for dessert ($35-$220).Continue reading
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Sugarfire Smokehouse, the St. Louis style BBQ spot with several locations around the U.S., has opened in the Creekside development of Lake Highlands, next door to Fireside Pies.
Diners can expect all the standard favorites like brisket, sausage, ribs and turkey, but Sugarfire also boasts a large selection of grass fed burgers and sandwiches, as well as salmon for the pescatarian in the group.Continue reading
The hotly anticipated Oak’d BBQ is now open. The Central Texas-inspired barbecue joint offers indulgent delights like burnt ends, sausage, chicken and wagyu brisket in a cozy, home-like setting.
Oak’d was originally slated to open this spring, but was pushed back due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. They officially opened earlier this month, with radio personality Kellie Raspberry and husband Allen Evans as investors.Continue reading
Enjoy Lockhart Smokehouse is smokin’ this holiday season with family-style portions for Thanksgiving. From the smokehouse enjoy fully smoked turkeys and hams, prime rib, or whole briskets served along side green bean casseroles, cheesy potato casserole, smoked cream corn, mac n’ cheese and peach cobbler for dessert ($35-$220).
Meals will be served cold and vacuum sealed with instructions for reheating. Side dished will be in aluminum half pans.
Deadline to order from the online order form is Monday November 23rd at 5pm and pick up cutoff is Wednesday, November 25 at 4:30pm. Wine and beer is also available.
A Cowtown institution and legend in Texas barbeque since 1927, Riscky’s Barbeque is celebrating 93 years in business with 93 cent food specials and gift card giveaways, starting Monday, October 26, through Thursday, October 29, 2020. The specials include:Continue reading
Due to COVID-19, Texas Monthly is putting a virtual spin on its 11th annual BBQ Fest with a weeklong festival event, BBQ Fest: Backyard Edition, from Oct. 24 to Nov. 1. Attracting more than 35 of the state’s top pitmasters and 4,000 attendees to Austin last year, this is the first time the Texas Monthly staple event will be hosted virtually and statewide over a nine-day period.Continue reading