Salt Lick BBQ, Driftwood

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Salt Lick BBQ

18300 Farm to Market Road 1826

Driftwood, TX 78619

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(512) 858-4959

http://www.saltlickbbq.com/

  • 6 mentions in Best BBQ in/near Austin?

    • Kevin M.

      Kevin M. said, "...worth trying! You should definitely check out: -Franklins BBQ (long lines, go early in the morning, closes when sold out) - Salt Lick BBQ (in the middle of nowhere, but best BBQ sauce in my opinion, also a winery nearby, $20 all you..." See More

    • Dana S.

      Dana S. said, "...for pick up and this is a great idea if you have enough people to help you eat it. The original Salt Lick BBQ location is nice for the location and atmosphere but the bbq is just decent. Smitty's Market , Black's Barbecue..." See More

    • Julia R.

      Julia R. said, "...Franklins BBQ Salt Lick BBQ (a production...it's in driftwood) Iron Works BBQ (my fave) Lambert's Downtown Barbecue (fancy)..." See More

    • James M.

      James M. said, "...Hands down...go to the Salt Lick BBQ in Driftwood, a few miles outside of Austin. It's the most famous BBQ place around the area and has all kinds of awards. Be warned, they only take cash. Rudy's in the City is also very..." See More

    • Rebecca R.

      Rebecca R. said, "... Salt Lick BBQ- hands down. It's in Driftwood, TX - just outside of South Austin. And it's got a vineyard and winery there as well...." See More

    • Kimson D.

      Kimson D. said, "...The Salt Lick BBQ (in driftwood)..." See More

  • 3 mentions in Do I need to rent a car for a week in Austin?

    • Omar B.

      Omar B. said, "...and BBQ experience. Austin has music and BBQ scattered all over the place - including in several surrounding towns (The original Salt Lick BBQ comes to mind as one of the premiere BBQ joints that requires a drive), so limiting yourself to walking..." See More

    • Agnes S.

      Agnes S. said, "...the trip and pulled the trigger on a rental for the entire trip, it rained every day. But driving out to Salt Lick BBQ and Cathedral of Junk, among other things, kept us plenty busy and happy (dry/warm). Thanks for all the tips..." See More

    • Daniel R.

      Daniel R. said, "...much more of the Central Texas area if you have a car. Omar gave some good suggestions (I agree with visiting Salt Lick BBQ and perhaps Fredericksburg). If you are on a BBQ quest, you might drive to the town of Lockhart. Another..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Foods with local flavor

    • Omar B.

      Omar B. said, "...I second Salt Lick BBQ; but Franklins BBQ is AMAZING, and well worth the wait ( you pretty much need to queue up at around 9 in the morning to get lunch there). Try Flip Happy Crepes if you're a food network..." See More

    • Jackie C.

      Jackie C. said, "...It's a little south of Austin but Salt Lick BBQ has the best BBQ Known.To.MAN. Z'Tejas has really amazing TexMex food and equally amazing margaritas. Of course don't skip Amy's Ice Creams !..." See More

  • 1 mention in Bachelor Party Weekend

    • kim k.

      kim k. said, "...but you can kayak. Lady Bird Lake and for bars/nightlife. W 6th St For bbq -Rudy's Country Store And Bar-B-Q or Salt Lick BBQ and steak depends on your budget...." See More

  • 1 mention in Where is the BEST BBQ experience in Austin??

    • Brian C.

      Brian C. said, "...you need to go somewhere in Austin. If you can handle a bit more of a drive, make the trek to Salt Lick BBQ. The BBQ is very good, and the experience is second to none. Another trek worth making is out..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best eats/bars in Austin under $25?

    • Christopher K.

      Christopher K. said, "...You should also give Salt Lick BBQ a try. It’s a bit of a schlep and there’s always a wait, but if you get a group of 8+ people, you will absolutely have a great time!..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the must-eat/drink spots in Austin, Texas?

    • Ranjith P.

      Ranjith P. said, "...Check out food trucks for sure on rainey street. Hit up Salt Lick BBQ if you have time, it's a bit of a drive but worth it. Juan In A Million for cheap, delicious food to cure the hangover...." See More

  • 1 mention in 3 Days in Austin in April- what is there to do?

    • Michael D.

      Michael D. said, "...Patio Bar & Grill, but get there early and try it on a weekday to beat the crowd. Another answerer recommended Salt Lick BBQ. It's fantastic, BYOB, but be aware that it is cash only. Get cash before if you don't want..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the must-sees in Austin?

    • Luciana M.

      Luciana M. said, "...years if I should go there and wait in line, recently did and completely understand why people do. I also like Salt Lick BBQ (best BBQ sauce in my opinion and of course their meats are great), Lambert's Downtown Barbecue which has great..." See More

  • 1 mention in What are the best things to see and do when visiting Austin, TX?

    • Terry L.

      Terry L. said, "...you like BBQ or Mexican food, you are going to find that Austin has a number of excellent choices, ie; 1) Salt Lick BBQ There are 3 locations around Austin, including one at the airport. The food here is excellent, parking is great,..." See More

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