Tejas Chocolate + Barbecue makes rustic chocolate and urban barbecue at The Craftory, the oldest building in Tomball, Texas. There are many barbecue joints in Texas but there are very few places you can go where you can find great barbecue and excellent chocolate. It may sound unusual, but barbecue and chocolate are both the best when it comes to savory and sweet food. The hand-crafted chocolate and truffles here are made from raw cocoa beans, sourced from cacao farms around the world. The meat is USDA Prime Grade brisket, used in making authentic Texas-style barbecue.
CorkScrew BBQ, which is located in Spring, Texas, makes fresh barbecue every day from 11am till sold out, the meats smoked using Red Oak. Corkscrew BBQ is open from Wednesday to Saturday. Rest assured that the barbecue you get here is fresh because they sell out every day, usually around 4pm, just five hours after opening. That is a testament to how delicious the food here, and the strong support of repeat customers who return here for more. You can order in-store or online. You can eat here or have your food to-go. And if you are bringing your pets with you, they are welcome for outdoor dining, just make sure they are kept on a leash.
Lonestar Sausage & BBQ, which is located in Houston, Texas, specializes in homemade sausages. After all, when the business started in 2016, the focus was on making homemade sausages. It wasn't until 2019 that the business expanded as a barbecue restaurant as well. But don't be misled into thinking there's nothing else here - on the contrary, the restaurant offers a stacked menu. They have meat plates for chicken, beef, ribs, and turkey. They have mixed meat orders, sandwiches, baked potatoes, salads, meat by the pound, and other choices for a side dish. They also have different choices for Family Packs, depending on how many are eating, from four people to as many as 12 people. Come by any day from Tuesday to Saturday (the restaurant is closed on Sunday and Monday) and enjoy your comfort food in Texas-sized serving.
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