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D Magazine has fixed one of the few food deficiencies in town. Inin our first-ever ranking of barbecue ts, we discovered that the city was a barbecue desert.

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Tyler Frazer is at the heart of the operation, greeting customers and making recommendations—a lot of time and care go into the food and overall experience here. Service here is meat-market style: customers line up for sides and desserts before being ushered by a meat cutter over to the chopping block. On a lean cut of Franklin brisket, a line of soft, yielding fat gilds the edge, carrying with it the vanilla-tinged flavor of oak smoke and a black-pepper bite.

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Plus, the roomy place, with beer s and communal tables, is fun for families and groups. The fatty brisket actually had us giddy. A mere eight years later, after making our Top 50 list, they moved into bigger and better digs.

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The beef is tender enough to cut with a spoon but holds together until the first luscious mouthful. Rating: 4. At this rate, our next fifty best could come solely from our five or six biggest cities. This may well be the most underrated barbecue t in Austin.

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But one taste of the brisket, the one every pitmaster from Texas to Timbuktu wants to emulate, tells you otherwise. Oh, and leave room for buttermilk pie. A couple of years later, Aaron Franklin published a best-selling cookbook and won a James Beard award for best chef in the region, a first for a pitmaster. Often the meats are out on display, making it hard to resist a peppery pork rib or a link of the plump, homemade beef sausage.

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We could see the piles of sausage links, stacks of soon-to-be-cut ribs, and beautifully blackened chicken all on display at the counter. The fatty brisket bests the lean, but the pork ribs are reliably meaty, and all three homemade sausages have a nice snap. And what defines this succulent era? Decades ago, a barbecue trailer on a farm road could dry up and blow away in between customers.

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These days they have it all: near-flawless brisket smoked for half a day; toothsome St. Louis—cut ribs; flavorful house-made beef-and-pork sausages; smoked turkey and chicken; and palate-pleasing piles of pulled pork. The carefully curated interior—with its hand-lettered s, Texas plates, and Instagram-ready desserts—is a far cry from a no-frills meat market or a rusty roide pit.

When we compiled our very first list—twenty places—insmoking anything but the cheapest briskets was unthinkable; now, glistening slices of Top Choice—even Prime—beef are the norm. The beef ribs offered daily were long gone, but the pork spareribs we ordered were just the right amount of sweet. Lamar Blvd, Twins Mark and Michael Black jumped into the barbecue business with their father, Terry, three years ago just south of downtown Austin.

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The pork ribs are decadently moist and slightly sweetened with a glaze. Our appetite for smoked meat remains insatiable, and I can say, with gusto, that we are living in the golden age of Texas barbecue.

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Was there nowhere to go but down? Cesar Chavez, Wed—Sun 11—6 or till meat runs out. Open 7 days 11—9 or till meat runs out. Needless to say, the quality extends across the menu, yea, even unto the turkey, which is not commercially brined and thus tastes fresh and fantastic. You just feel good after a visit here. There is creamy mac and cheese with sizzling bacon crumbled on top; slow-cooked collard greens; rapturously buttery corn pudding; and bright, Rost brothers bbq slaw. Like many, pitmaster Lance Kirkpatrick learned his technique in the barbecue belt of Central Texas.

Since that time, the barbecue menu has been expanding faster than my waistline, with the addition of real turkey breasts, a renaissance in beef ribs, and a full-on embrace of pork steaks and chops. The menu is rounded out with smoky chicken and carnitas as well as grilled fajitas technically not barbecue, but so good. Thur—Sun 11—4 or till meat runs out. New location starting in June: E. Cesar Chavez. In the quartet of brisket, pork ribs, sausage, and chicken ruled our list, and we lamented aberrations such as deli turkey.

Monster beef ribs also get their rightful share of adulation here, but the buttery flavor of the all-natural beef brisket is as consistent as it comes.

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The runner-up was the black-peppercorn sausage. Say yes to homemade tomato-serrano salsa and guacamole in your taco. Now it stretches far and wide. And the sides—can we talk about the sides? Standout desserts, handled by Momma Miller, a. With roots in Mexico, barbacoa became a mainstay on South Texas ranches, where cowboys were hungry and cow he were plentiful Texans were expert at nose-to-tail eating long before it became trendy. We were right, of course, but I did wonder: Had we peaked?

The brisket, flaunting a rosy-pink smoke ring, was the stuff memories are made of—even the lean was plenty moist. Barbecue is easier to find too.

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When we arrived, a little before noon, and ed the crowd of locals, it was the thick cuts of brisket that grabbed our attention. Four years later, the answer is clear. We foolishly thought pitmaster Alan Caldwell might finally be ready to chat about the secrets of his smoking method.

Fri—Sun a. Opened: Pitmaster: Tom Micklethwait, 39 Method: Oak; indirect-heat pit Pro tip: The place is four tenths of a mile from Franklin Barbecue, and the wait is usually only 15 to 30 minutes. Restaurants serve butter-tender beef ribs and name-check the ranches they hail from on their menus. Opened: Pitmasters: Francisco Saucedo, 30, and Brendan Lamb, 28 Method: Post oak; indirect-heat pit Pro tip: Skip the line by ordering at least five days out on their website.

Competition has a way of keeping the bar high for all of us.

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Now Bradley Robinson has taken the helm at the historic building. Anybody up for rattlesnake? Tue—Sun 11—3 or till meat runs out. This is true from Wolfforth to Mercedes and Pecos to Spring, because excellent barbecue is also more widespread.

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Today, most commercial barbacoa is steamed or done in pressure cookers to comply with health codes. The super-friendly counter folks might hand you a bit of sausage or brisket to nibble. Lockhart was once the smoked-meat capital, with three fantastic ts on our list in ; this year, the town has one representative. Thanks to Twitter, Google Maps, Facebook, and Instagram, you can get a brisket or sausage fix when and where you need it.

This coincides with another trend: more than ever, barbecue is urban. Four years ago, Franklin Barbecue was our hands-down pick for best barbecue in the state i. Central Ave, Truth looks too cute to be serving serious barbecue.

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Slices of fatty brisket will likely make this place famous in California too, when it expands to Los Angeles later this year. Visit on the weekend to fully appreciate the bar, craft beers, and live music. These days all it takes are a few raves on Yelp, and it has a good chance of success.

The homemade white bread will make you reassess the spongy store-bought stuff.

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There was nowhere to go but up! Open 7 days 8 a. First, quality.

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Pro tip: Get there early and ask to check out the pits where the barbacoa is cooked. How does Franklin do it? The cuisines getting fused are barbecue and tacos.

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They started selling sausage wraps part-time out of a meat-processing business with a taxidermy operation in the back. Tue—Sat 11—6, Sun 11—3 or till meat runs out. But in fact, the peppery spareribs are still smoky and the house-made sausage is as juicy as ever. After you pick up your order, belly up to the garnish stand for assorted peppers and pickles.

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They made our list of the best new and improved barbecue ts in under the direction of talented former pitmasters Evan LeRoy and Chris McGhee. And the chicken, the downfall of many a t, had juicy drumsticks with deep flavor all the way to the bone. The cult-level popularity of barbecue has permanently changed the old landscape. By contrast, Houston has four entries, Austin seven. What set the brisket apart was its subtle smoke, a feature that can be rare in the mesquite-choked prairies of West Texas though the thick cut did make it a tad tough.

Tue—Fri 11—8, Sat 11—3 or till meat runs out.

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Texas barbecue has no peer on earth. Closed for vacation Aug 1— The spaces in front on the left are up for grabs too. Tue—Fri 11—, Sat 11—6 or till meat runs out. The brisket possesses an intense meaty flavor, subtle but deep smoke penetration, and a fine black-pepper crust.

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There are the traditional BBQ ts that unfailingly churn out slabs of fork-tender brisket encased in a thick layer of smoky, peppery bark.

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This story is part of our December innovation-themed issue.