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Old 12-06-2010, 10:45 AM  
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there's a Saltlick in roundrock now, always tasty but pricy
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Old 12-06-2010, 01:28 PM  
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I still like Rudy's.
I do too. Not big fan of the sauce, but they smoke a good turkey.
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I'm a big fan of Texas Rib Kings... sometimes. They're really hit or miss. Usually it's just your run of the mill BBQ but every so often it's fantastic.
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Old 12-07-2010, 11:38 AM  
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I'm a big fan of Texas Rib Kings... sometimes. They're really hit or miss. Usually it's just your run of the mill BBQ but every so often it's fantastic.
They took over the UR Cooks building and I never went back.

Comparable to anyone else?
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Old 12-08-2010, 02:41 PM  
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Salt Lick in Round Rock. People visit me just to go there..
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Old 12-08-2010, 05:00 PM  
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Bbq

Salt Lick is always a good one ( a bit pricey, plus you gotta drive an hour) got some good NC sauce as well as the good sweet texas sauce
Louie Mueller in Taylor (Phenomenal, but the drive again)
Coopers in Llano (Pork butt, nuff said)
In Austin its easy to find good BBQ but not Awesome Q,
You got Rudys, Smokey Joe, Bill Miller, some new place called Dickies, and of course Stubbs and Iron Works (good ribs)
Point being that you have to drive. If you are gonna drive then you should truly enjoy it by driving to Lexington, Tx and gettin some Snow's, it gets no smokier, juicier, or heavenly than that hunk of brisket (or maybe you're just starved from the drive)
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Old 12-12-2010, 03:15 PM  
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Louie Mueller in Taylor is a must, and it's really not that far. 290 east to 973 north only about 40 minutes from north Austin and definately worth the trip!
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Rudy's is close and reliable. I've found their brisket to be reliably good, and their peppery/tangy sauce is a nice change from the sweet sauces that seem the norm.
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Rudy's is close and reliable. I've found their brisket to be reliably good, and their peppery/tangy sauce is a nice change from the sweet sauces that seem the norm.
We seem to get a good mix of Sweet/Spicy/Tangy down here. We are BBQ melting pot. Everyone down here loves meat.
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Park house on 12th and SAMs on the east side
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