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Hays county is home to famous BBQ joints – THE SALT LICK, KYLE RAILROAD BBQ, and FUSCHAKS.
FUSCHAKs PIT BBQ - http://www.fuschaksbbq.com 512-353-2712 Fuschaks Pit BBQ's popularity is driven by it's unusual mix of Tex-Mex combined with BBQ. This family operated San Marco's establishment offers both a BBQ Fajita and the crowd-drawing Barburito. The Barburito consists of re-fried beans, cheddar, beef brisket, hot sauce and bbq sauce in a perfect blend atop a flour tortilla. For unusual side-dish try the Fire Cracker Corn, a crisp summer corn smothered in cheddar cheese and topped with chopped jalapenos. Choose from a large selection of BBQ meats and sides during the daily lunch buffet and wash it down with free soda refills.
RAILROAD BBQ – http://www.rrbbq.com 512-262-4641 RAILROAD BBQ of Kyle, Texas serves up slow cooked, mesquite smoked original Texas-style BBQ from a converted feed store. This down home country atmosphere enhances the memorable experience of All-You-Can-Eat Catfish Fridays and Saturdays with sides of mac and cheese, home style potato salad, creamy coleslaw, macaroni salad or Texas-style beans. For as little as a dollar you can add an extra meat item to your platter!
THE SALT LICK - http://www.saltlickbbq.com 512-858-4959 The SALT LICK is by far the most infamous of Central Texan BBQ joints. This establishment has been voted BEST BBQ ten years consecutively by the Austin Chronicle, and eight years in a row by Austin City Search. The SALT LICK was rightfully named BBQ CHALLENGE CHAMPION on the TODAY SHOW and also appeared as a favorite on the Rachel Ray Show. It has been praised and frequented by many celebrities including Matthew Mcconaughey, Joe Montana, Willie Nelson, Lance Armstrong, Dennis Quaid, Pat Green, Sandra Bullock and David Letterman, to name a few. These meaty delights have been raved about in Forbes Magazine, People Magazine, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times and The Washington Post, as well as appeared on the Food Network and culinary show “Man vs. Food”. If you order “family style” at the SALT LICK your plate will be piled high with large helpings of beef, sausage, pork ribs, and sides of potato salad, beans, coleslaw, fresh bread, pickles and onions. The SALT LICK claims to achieve its unique flavor by removing tomatoes from the BBQ sauce equation and substituting them with plenty of caramelized sugar infused with local flavors of chilli, cumin and cayenne slow roasted over live oak fires and pecan hulls, while abstaining from the use of mesquite. With a reputation that proceeds it you wont be disappointed
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