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    BBQ means brisket in Texas.
    In Austin, Franklin's is the best but a drive to Lockhart or Luling offers some serious competition. almost 7 years ago

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    Try the Salt Lick over 6 years ago

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    Everyone raves about Rudys BBQ over 6 years ago

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    Rudy's and green mesquite in Austin. Then go to Elgin, Texas. over 6 years ago

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    County Line is probably the best and most famous. over 6 years ago

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    Locally-owned (non-chain): Iron Works or Uncle Billy's Brew & Cue. Chain BBQ: Rudy's. The Salt Lick isn't too stellar, but it has a rep for "family" ambiance. over 6 years ago

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    Franklin's BBQ, though you will need to be in line by 9am! over 5 years ago

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    Yeah, must travel to Austin, TX most famous city for BBQ and all.
    http://www.joguru.com/austin-united-states/addas about 5 years ago

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    Franklins is by far the best. Get there by 9. Green Mesquite is terrible. almost 5 years ago

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    Got to say SALT LICK ! Don't forget your own beer ! That's right you can BYOB ! almost 5 years ago

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    It's ridiculous to stand in long boring lines for barbecue just because it's in or near downtown Austin. Take a pleasant 30 minute drive through the countryside and get the real thing with no lines at City Market in Luling or at either of Blacks, Chisholm Trail, Smitty's or Kreitz's barbecue joints in Lockhart(And you get to see the cool Courthouse and town square for Caldwell County while you're at it! :-) almost 5 years ago

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    Franklin BBQ is amazing but if you want the Texas atmosphere, make the trip out to Driftwood for some Salt Lick. almost 5 years ago

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