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The Great Texas BBQ Map

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We made a map. A giant barbecue map to be specific. It’s the best way I, as the Barbecue Editor, could come up with to keep track of where I’ve been and where I need to go. The map is accessible to all, so it can also be used to set up your weekend road trip itineraries. Its other use is to keep up our to-do list for the next Texas Monthly Top 50 BBQ Joints issue. It’s a few years away, but let us know now if you’re favorite joint is not yet on our “To Do List” and we’ll add it to the map.


We also welcome any other comments on places that are showing up in the wrong place, or those that have been shuttered. You can email any suggestions or changes to dvaughn AT texasmonthly DOT com.

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  • Charles Eldridge

    Santa Maria BBQ in Culver City, CA shuttered their doors over a year ago. They might still be doing catering, but there’s no more brick-and-mortar. Maybe they do the farmer’s market circuit like Big Mista’s.

  • Troy Grones

    you are missing It’s All Good BBQ in Spicewood

  • Matthew Myers

    You missed Luling City Market in Luling, TX. I’ve traveled across Texas with my pops to most of these places, but that’s our all-time favorite.

  • Trond Smestad