Monday, August 24, 2015

Check out the map of the Texas BBQ Posse's favorite joints


Since 2009, the Texas BBQ Posse has logged over 7,000 miles visiting joints around the state. In early 2010, group member Gary Barber set up an interactive Google map to chart our favorite BBQ joints around the state. Dozens of BBQ tours have followed since then.

This map shows the places we'd visit again, an unofficial Texas BBQ Posse "stamp of approval." You can click here to access our Google map of Texas BBQ Posse stops. Enjoy the blue highways of Texas BBQ and follow the smoke!

16 comments:

  1. Just what I was looking for. This is going to be very convenient to have!

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  2. By looking at the map, I can see that you need to make that trip South of I-10 and down I-37 to Corpus Christi.

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  3. Hi Retro Party: You are absolutely right on our lack of south Texas joints. Could you suggest some? We hope to get down there later this year after we hit the Houston area. Thanks/Chris

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  4. Hey guys, you missed the Salt Lick in Driftwood.

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    1. No kidding! How could they forget Salt Lick?

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    2. You missed Whups Boomarang BBQ in Marlin Texas. Best around.

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  5. Two Bobs Bar-B-Q
    Corpus Christi Tx
    You need add this to your map

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  6. Two Bobs Bar-B-Q Corpus Christi Tx
    I guarantee you will not find bbq sandwiches like this anywhere.

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  7. You missed Buzzie's Bar-B-Q in Kerrville, rated number one in the state by BBQ Pitmasters

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  8. South Texas hotspots: McMillan's in Fannin and Longhorn in San Benito.

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  9. What about Underwoods in Brownwood.

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  10. New spot in Rockwall. Try 66 BBQ. I think it's worthy

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  11. There's also a great place in Burleson. I forget the name, but it's right off of 35W.

    Jackie from Alpha Window Tinting in Burleson

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  12. You guys ought to swing by Brady and visit The Spread (the spot that used to be a Hard-Eight outpost). They've upped the game (including quail poppers and weekend cabrito).

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  13. You need to head west to Lubbock. Try The Shack.

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