Another Road Trip into Central Texas for BBQ

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2011/09/07 20:56:36 (permalink)

Another Road Trip into Central Texas for BBQ

I am preparing for yet another central Texas BBQ road trip and wanted to see if there are any special places I am missing.  I have tride to attach the route map but just in case it didn't work I will be following this route.
 
* Kansas City to Taylor, TX ending in Austin using I35, TX95, US79 and then back to I35.
     Will hit Guy and Maes in Williamsburg, KS, Two Brothers in Wichita, KS (too late for the lunch only B&C), Clark's Outpost in Tioga TX  and Louie Muellers in Taylor, TX on the way down.  Franklins will be first thing in the morning after overnighting in Austin.  LOOKING FOR a suggestion for something in the Oklahoma City, OK or Norman, OK areas where I may overnight as well as opinions if it is worth stopping for non-BBQ items...kolaches at Greens Sausage House in Temple, TX and a donut at Round Rock Donuts.
 
* Austin to Lockhart, Luling and San Antonio using US 183 and I10.
     Will hit Kruez and Smittys in Lockhart (perhaps time for Blacks or Chisholm Trail) and City Market in Luling.  LOOKING FOR a suggestion for something close to the Riverwalk area in San Antonio (probably non-BBQ).
 
* San Antonio to Schulenburg, LaGrange, Giddings and Lexington using I10 and US77.
     Will hit City Market, Prause's, City Meat Market and Snows (if on a Saturday morning) in those towns.  LOOKING FOR a suggestion wheter it is worth the quick diversion to Smithville to try Zimmerhanzels.
 
* Returning to KC using the US79/US69 Easterly route.
     LOOKING FOR suggestions for this long stretch that I don't have many ideas for.  I had tried Big Foot BBQ in Atoka once and it was AWFUL.  I have heard of some places just West of Joplin, MO...Cafe on the Route in Baxter Springs, KS and Two Women on the Route in Galena, MO.  I have pretty much worn out the Cicken places in Pittsburgh, KS already.
 
I am skipping the Elgin, TX places (Southside and Meyers) this time through to give me a little more time and stomach space for some I have not tried yet.
 
Thanks for any and all ideas.  I look forward to reporting back.

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    mcguirejohnr
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    Re:Another Road Trip into Central Texas for BBQ 2011/09/07 22:11:20 (permalink)
    I have recently found a recommendation for Fargo's Pit BBQ in Bryan, TX.  Worth the detour? 
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    Re:Another Road Trip into Central Texas for BBQ 2011/09/08 06:24:35 (permalink)
    In San Antonio for true Naples style pizza, "Dough". Trust me on this one.
    http://www.doughpizzeria.com
     


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    Re:Another Road Trip into Central Texas for BBQ 2011/09/08 06:28:07 (permalink)
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    Re:Another Road Trip into Central Texas for BBQ 2011/09/08 10:45:42 (permalink)
    Thanks.  Dough looks very interesting and I appreciate the link to FCB...that is where I learned of Fargo's Pit BBQ in Bryan, TX.
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    Re:Another Road Trip into Central Texas for BBQ 2011/09/08 11:03:38 (permalink)
    Re: Dough. Click on the link that plays Guy Fieri's visit on DDD.
    Have fun.
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