Kyle Lewallen started his barbecue catering company while still a junior at Texas A&M. A few years later he bought a food trailer and parked it just a block away from campus. The brisket slices are worth the wait. The beef is moist, smoky, and well seasoned. Besides being tender to the point of falling apart, it is great. A crisp smoked chicken thigh is even better. The salty crunch of the skin is addictive and the moist meat beneath is incredible. You can also get a barbacodo fresh off the pit. The flesh takes on smoke about as well as a stone. It might not be smoky, but it sure is good, especially paired with the sliced brisket.