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8.5

LeRoy and Lewis Barbecue

While everyone in town is competing for the coveted Brisket Belt™, at Leroy and Lewis they’re doing things a little differently. That means smoked beef cheeks, barbacoa, and pork sausage with citra hops, and sides like kimchi and pork hash. And while barbecue trailers are generally not the most vegan-friendly spots out there, here you can get cauliflower burnt ends—a tasty play on their popular brisket counterpart. OK, and if you really just want some brisket, you can get it on the weekends here (and it’s excellent). Find them at Cosmic Coffee + Beer Garden in South Austin.

Nicolai McCrary

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