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6 BBQ Places Open for Dinner

By Megan Giller | July 25, 2014 By Megan Giller  |  July 25, 2014

For all the times you don’t want to wait in line at 8 AM.

Stiles Switch
Head to Burnet Road for excellent barbecue and craft beer. Also be sure to check out the private room for parties.

Lambert’s
Fancy barbecue is the name of the game at this Downtown hot spot that transforms into a live-music venue in the later hours.

Freedmen’s
Chef Evan LeRoy pairs some of the best brisket in town (and pork belly!) with housemade charcuterie and craft cocktails in a Prohibition-themed space.

Live Oak Barbecue
An up-and-comer on the scene, the South Austin locale prides itself on serving high-quality smoked meats at dinner.

County Line
A classic Austin restaurant, Country Line offers an all-you-can-eat option that we dare you to try.

Terry Black’s BBQ
The new joint on Barton Springs Road makes 8,400 pounds of meat per week.

Places Mentioned

Stiles Switch

BarbecueBrentwood
Food25 Decor19 Service24 Cost$19

Lamberts Downtown Barbecue

BarbecueDowntown
Food22 Decor22 Service20 Cost$36

Freedmen's

Cocktail BarWest Campus
Atmo.- Decor- Service- Cost 
Food23 Decor21 Service22 Cost$25

County Line

BarbecueNorthwest Hills
Food23 Decor21 Service22 Cost$25

Terry Black's BBQ

BarbecueBouldin Creek
Food- Decor- Service- CostM

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