While some spend their Saturday mornings seeking the must indulgent brunch, others line up at this barbecue trailer on the feeder road of I-35. The crowd is monumental on UT game days, but if you get there 30 minutes to an hour before La B opens, at 11, you’ll find a veritable bucket of gold at the end of the rainbow. Brisket is clearly the champion, boasting a thick, peppery, smoky crust and artfully balancing the crucial meat-to-fat ratio. The brontosaurus-size beef ribs and the thick cuts of pork ribs take second place, glorious though they are. Smoked sausage comes crumbling from its casing, and can be a tad spicy, but the pulled pork shoulder sandwich with pickled red onions won’t put anybody off. Note: as of August 2, 2017, La Barbecue will move to 2027 E. Cesar Chavez Street.