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CLOSED – King’s Hwy Brew & Q

If you’re bored with barbecue, this is the place to find something new. And it also might be the joint that we look back on as the birthplace of San Antonio-style of barbecue. Of course tacos are represented. The pork belly ones are smoky with a nice chew. The black pepper in the salsa verde adds a bit of Texas barbecue flavor to the classic Mexican condiment and pairs well with the tacos. The barbecue torta makes you wonder why we haven’t been adding Texas barbecue as a filling option to the Mexican sandwich after all these years. The brisket torta comes with sliced brisket, onions, tomatoes, lettuce, avocado, salsa, and sour cream. All the extra fat on the sandwich means that even lean brisket tastes decadent. They’ve also got a brunch menu with items like pulled pork, polenta, brisket hash and an excellent hot brown, made with smoked turkey and queso.

City: San Antonio


Method: Oak in an indirect heat pit

Pitmaster: Emilio Soliz

Price: $

Rating: ★★★★

Address: 1012 N Flores St., San Antonio, TX, 78212

Hours: Tues-Thur 11-9, F-Sat 11-11, Sun 10-3

Phone: (210) 277-7174

Website: www.kingshwybnq.com

Year Opened: 2015

Last updated: April 25, 2016