Corral decor brings the Lone Star look to life. Steer horns and cowboy art grace wood-paneled walls. Swinging saloon doors lead to backroom booths. Dining is no fancy affair--order at the counter, then collect your plastic trays and paper napkins for a finger-licking feast.
Barbecue comes slathered in tangy sauce with hefty sides of slaw and beans. Ribs, pork, brisket and chicken all emerge from the in-house smoker packed full of flavor. Each comes on an overflowing platter; a combo plate satisfies the indecisive. Steaks get a five-hour smoking before hitting the sizzling grill, which socks in a special taste. The smoked potato is a house specialty: A heaping spud is stuffed with chopped barbecue, sauce, cheese and chives. Seafood dishes and po' boys feed those not interested in the sweet sauce.
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