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Rollin Smoke


Getting late night barbecue in Austin is a rarity, as it’s very much a lunch game. That’s one of our favorite things about Rollin’ Smoke—where else can you spend an entire evening bar-hopping on East 6th, then finish the night off with an excellent plate of smoked meats? They offer all of the standard meats by the pound, but the real move here is to go with one of the sandwiches or tacos. And for any indecisive folks out there, they even have a sandwich that comes with brisket and pulled pork that’s topped with jalapeno cheddar pork sausage. 

Nicolai McCrary

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