So everytime we have been here there is a pretty long wait 1 hour but it is worth it. We were told an hour and sat in about This place had amazing bbq turkey that I wish I could recreate!
And when we pull up to the gravel parking lot, we can barely stop ourselves from sprinting to the building. The Salt Lick is very easily in the conversation of the best BBQ in the state, and any order here will be a good one. Just make sure you have the foundation of some brisket and some sausage on your plate, and the rest is up to you.
Roberts and Hisako built the Salt Lick restaurant on the ranch where he was born, using locally quarried limestone. Hisako's Hawaiian heritage inspired the sweet barbecue sauce used in the restaurant. The Salt Lick's primary cuisine is beef brisketsausage, and pork ribs.
We hate spam too, we'll never share your email address. Waiting in line for up to 3. Filmed on location at the infamous Salt Lick itself, the Food Insider YouTube channel produced a mouth-wateringly good video on this staple of the Hill Country just this spring. Since its release on May 8, over 58K people have viewed it.
Sponsored by. Call them the Corleones of Texas barbecue, if you will. Pro tip: have them trim the fat cap down to about a quarter inch and save yourself the trouble.
They have the best smoked sausage! Make a day trip out of this and stop by the nearby Driftwood wine cellar as well. This smoky barbecue depot is about a minute ride of town.
The restaurant is known for its ribs, sausage, and beef brisket, all roasted and smoked on one of the most insane barbecue pits we've ever seen check out the image on the book cover below. Roberts answered our questions about making barbecue, running a family business, and the best thing on his menu. Business Insider: Your family's roots are in Mississippi, but you say your family barbecue recipes were "Texafied" over time — what does that mean?
You know Texans love their barbecue! Lucky for us but not my waistline, we are 6. A great family restaurant with outdoor and indoor seating, a winery and of course live music.
It is the quintessential family style restaurant where people go for a great time and great food. There's also a variety of plates, sandwiches, and sides that some guests prefer. The desserts are huge and out this world delicious.
Franklin Barbeque came in at number seven on the list. Southern Living started off saying "is it worth waiting three hours or more for a platter of brisket, ribs and sausage? If you have been, you know the wait can be long, but Southern Living said it is some of the best Texas-style barbecue that you can find.