SPECIALTY: Slow-Smoked Pulled Pork Sandwich, Sliced Beef Brisket, Hand Chopped Brisket, Homemade Jalapeño Sausage Sandwich, Grilled Turkey, Sausage Wraps, Tacos, BBQ Nachos, Chicken Plate, Brisket Plate, Sides, Russet Potato, Sweet Potato, Pulled Pork Nachos, Chips, Smoked Ham, Pork Ribs, Jalapeño Sausage, Hotlink, Beverages & Desserts The restaurant was initially started as a grocery store and meat market by Tony Maria Jr.
All of our barbecue restaurants actually face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. It is located in an exquisite historic downtown building and is the perfect place to host the next private gathering, picnic, dinner, or meeting in Waco, Texas.
SPECIALTY: Hatch Green Chile Meatballs, High Noon Sliders, Chicken Parmesan, Hothouse Tomato Stack, Shaved Prime Rib Nachos, Jumbo Lump Blue Crab Cakes, BBQ Fried Oysters, Classic Lobster Bisque, Judith Calamari, Prime Steak Quesadillas, the Wedge, Tempura Asparagus, Chophouse Onion Ring Tower, Spicy Tuna and Sunshine Roll & Chef’s Daily Scratch Soup TAR ® Inspection Report: TEXAS ROADHOUSE 2815 La Sale Avenue, Waco, TX 76706 Directions Here’s The Deal:” Texas Roadhouse is a lively chain steakhouse delivering American meals with a Southwestern twist in the center of Texas-themed interior design.
SPECIALTY: Rib eye, Andy’s Steak, Macaroni and Cheese, Chicken Tenders, Seasoned Rice, Cheese Fries, Ranger Rib Basket, Pulled Pork, Boneless Buffalo Wings, Baked Potato, Texas Red Chili, Tater Skins, Buttered Corn, New York Strip, House Salad, Little’ Dillon Steak, and Rattlesnake Bites, BBQ Chicken, Green Beans, Sirloin, Fried Catfish & All-American Cheeseburger TAR ® Inspection Report: SMARTGRASS STEAK HOUSE 5600 Legend Lake Parkway, Waco, TX 76712 Directions Here’s The Deal:” Salt grass Steak House is a casual Texas-themed chain offering a full-bodied menu and high-end bar in the cattle kitsch decor.
SPECIALTY: Salmon Oscar, Pork Chop, Shrimp Cocktail, Cheeseburger, Cajun Top Sirloin, BBQ Baby Back Ribs, Surf and Turf, Fried Mushrooms, Range Rattlers, Bone-in Rib eye, Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Silver Star Porterhouse, Tenderloin Medallions, Maureen’s Center-Cut Filet, Pat’s Rib eye, Texas T-Bone, Hill Country and Salmon Caesar Salad & New York Strip TAR ® Inspection Report: Expert recommended Top 3 Steak Houses in Waco, Texas.
All of our steak houses actually face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. Blue crab meat, shallots, cilantro and just enough other ingredients to accentuate the taste and bind the cakes together, sautéed golden brown for service.
Accompanied by our three signature dipping sauces: classic cocktail, rémoulade, and green Chile cilantro. Longhorn Steakhouse is a restaurant located in Waco, Texas at 4300 Franklin Avenue.
This restaurant serves grilled chicken & avocado sandwich, crispy jalapeño shooters, Caesar, Parmesan crusted asparagus, crab & artichoke dip, grilled salmon* salad, and the perfect margarita. Salt grass Steak House is a restaurant located in Waco, Texas at 5600 Legend Lake Parkway.
This restaurant serves baked sweet potato, shrimp & chicken tenders' platter, soup & sandwich, gulf coast steak & shrimp, herb rice, honey BBQ baby back ribs, and wagon boss top sirloin. Rocket Café is a restaurant located in Waco, Texas at 305 South Robinson Drive.
Outback Steakhouse is a restaurant located in Waco, Texas at 4500 Franklin Avenue. They also serve broccoli & cheese, perfectly grilled salmon, Newcastle brown ale, baked potato, the blooming' burger®* ^^, Aussie...
Lone Star Tavern is a restaurant located in Waco, Texas at 4713 Bell mead Drive. Lone Star Tavern was the place to have an ice-cold beer and relax after a long day at work.
This restaurant serves pinko shrimp, Brazilian carved Carrasco steak, clam chowder, meatloaf, cauliflower steamed, bananas, and mandarin orange pork. They also serve green pepper rings, orange chicken, lemon wedges, Hawaiian pineapple glazed split ribs, vegetable beef soup, BBQ chicken (leg quarter), and...
Logan's Roadhouse is a restaurant located in Waco, Texas at 2806 West Loop 340. This restaurant serve slogan's original, shrimp & grits fritters, Nashville trio, vegetable plate, the dye, cinnamon apples, and big easy blue.
From wide open plains, piney woods and the barren West, Texas has a lot to offer. It’s home to over 13,000 historical markers and a rich past filled with everything from Spanish missions to the Wild West cowboys.
In addition to stunning landscapes and interesting history, the food scene is pretty great, too. The Lone Star state is filled with great smoking’ good rib shacks to choose from.
Whether you’re a Texas native or just visiting, take your pick from either of these finger-lickin’ good barbecue joints. Ray’s BBQ Shack’s meats are hickory smoked to the high heavens, and the barbecue sauce is homemade.
In addition to delicious varieties of barbecue, Ray’s BBQ Shack is family owned and operated, which means you’ll always feel right at home. In true barbecue shack fashion, they sell out quickly and have lines out the door.
This small town Belton staple is a step above the rest with its perfectly smoky barbecue and savory southern sides. At Miller’s, you can chow down on brisket by the pound, indulge in St. Louis style ribs or enjoy on of their sandwiches.
Their BYOB policy, hearty history, generous helpings and wonderful staff make it a no-brainer as one of the state’s best. It’s the unwavering belief that the best things in life are smoked in a pit and steeped in time-honoured traditions of generations gone by.” Well, with a slogan like that, you know they take barbecue seriously.
The pit burns 24-hours a day, sausage is hand made and the make scratch items a priority. Head over to this delicious barbecue joint in Deep Vellum and enjoy a few plates of mouthwatering brisket.
With a population of only 1,200, Snow’s BBQ is in the perfect small-town setting to chow down on traditional brisket and ribs. We figure if Franklin Barbecue is good enough for Obama and Anthony Bourdieu, it must be pretty great.
In 2012, Tom Micklethwait set up shop serving basic barbecue in a small vintage trailer. Mike Anderson’s BBQ House is an all-around pit house, but their pulled pork is what makes it sing.
When Italian immigrant, Steve Balance arrived in Texas, he learned from Mexicans how to barbecue with Mesquite wood. Wherever you are in Texas, it’s worth the drive for their perfectly tender baby back ribs.
They take pride in only smoking their meats with Central Texas Oak and sourcing the freshest most high-quality ingredients. At 1775 Texas Pit BBQ, you don’t just get flavor, you get top-notch meats with fresh ingredients every time.
Pit master Austin Pasta whips up a knock-your-socks-off-brisket and uses an old Polish family recipe for his famous sausage. Whether you’re looking for classic ribs, smoked brisket or a half chicken, go see Dustin at Pasta Family Barbecue.
Housemate sausages, tangy barbecues and smooth cream ales make this eatery one of the best in Texas. Juicy chicken, pork all pastor and incredible sausage make Convenience West one of the best in the business.
Here you’ll find expertly burnt ends, mouthwatering pork shoulder and sliders that are out of this world. Don’t miss a chance to indulge in one of Texas best barbecue joint at Convenience West.
Sugary-sweet tea, intense aromas of mesquite and smiling faces make Black’s Barbecue a classic. In addition to this, they have an unmissable spice of red pepper and crushed Chile that hits the spot every time.