Austin Food & Wine Festival: Where to Find the Best BBQ

Austin Food & Wine Festival: Where to Find the Best BBQ

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[MUSIC] Here in Austin in [UNKNOWN] you have everything from Aaron Franklin's Franklin BBQ, Lambert's, Mueller's, Black Relax. Go to Lockhart and check out Kruez and Smitty's. Oh, Tim Love's Woodshed has great barbecue. Cooper's in Llano. A childhood favorite was Lum's just outside of Junction. Franklin I think it's [INAUDIBLE] I had the pleasure and was lucky to be able to eat there last time I was here. For ACL. Yeah. And it was mind-blowing. We got a tour of the space, and got to see all the smokers, and talk about how much they actually cook, and I think it's 1,500 pounds of brisket on a Saturday. Yeah. So I'd say Louie Mueller's in Taylor, for sure. That's a must stop place. Heavy on the pepper, been there a long time, Wayne's a great guy. Awesome place. Snows in Lexington, Texas. They're only open on Saturdays. You gotta get there, they open at eight. You can roll in about nine or ten or even eleven maybe but they do run out pretty early. I think Tom Mickelwaite is a really cool place. He's got a little trailer on East 11th Street. Super cool dude, he's doing pretty legit barbecue over there. And then up in Dallas, I like Pecan Lodge a lot. I have been known to maybe eat a little Salt Lick Barbecue. Maybe at the airport. Maybe to go. I'm that guy that's sitting next to you on the airplane, eating Like a big, styrofoam container of barbecue. You know that guy, that's me, I'm that guy. [MUSIC]
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