Barbecue in the Corridor

By on March 10, 2017

With spring around the corner comes barbecue season

For most of us who live in Texas, barbecue makes up much of our food pyramid. Whether we’re talking baby back ribs or perfectly smoked brisket, you can’t go wrong with barbecue for any meal. We wanted to share with you some of our favorite barbecue places from around the Corridor.

Spring Creek Barbecue

One of my dad’s favorite places to eat at for as long as I can remember, especially on Sundays because of the complimentary scoop of ice cream. My go-to is the Brisket and Sausage dinner, both are hickory-smoked and full of flavor. Load up on sides as you make your way down the line and although you get one roll with your plate, one of my favorite things about Spring Creek is the freshly baked rolls that come out throughout the meal. Check out their full menu on their website.

Dickey’s Barbecue Pit

The Westerner sandwich has been my favorite here for a long time. Sliced brisket & Polish kielbasa sausage, topped with cheddar on a toasted Hoagie, couple it with their fried okra and you have yourself a great meal for under $10. Visit their website for the complete menu.

Kenny’s Wood Fired Grill

You must have the ribs at Kenny’s, they are St. Louis style (pork), hickory smoked to perfection and they come with a side of their house barbecue sauce. Get them with a baked potato to complete the meal and simply enjoy. Head over to their website for the rest of the menu options.

Cattleack BBQ

Cattleack BBQ is only open on Thursdays and Fridays and more recently they have added the first Saturday of every month. They open doors at 10:30 a.m. But you may need to get there early because their lines tend to build up fast and they keep serving until they run out of their “branded the best” smoked meats and sides. Check out their website for the complete details.

 

Did we miss your favorite spot? Tells us what we should try in the comments section below.

Oscar is a Cedar Valley College graduate in Music Recording Technology. He enjoys listening and working on all different genres of music, but having been born in Colombia, salsa music is his favorite. He loves soccer and baseball. He enjoys discovering and sharing new and off-the-beaten-path food places as well as traveling the world with his wife and 2 boys.

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