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#6102984 - 12/26/15 05:51 PM BBQ in Houston recommendations
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Going to be in Houston next week. I want to pick up some BBQ to take over to my daughter's house. She lives near the Medical district. Is Goode Co any good? Any other recommendations? I'm staying near the Galleria. Thanks

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#6102990 - 12/26/15 05:55 PM Re: BBQ in Houston recommendations [Re: jetdad]
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#6103021 - 12/26/15 06:22 PM Re: BBQ in Houston recommendations [Re: jetdad]
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I've heard good things about Luling City Market on Richmond. Haven't been there myself.

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#6103136 - 12/26/15 07:17 PM Re: BBQ in Houston recommendations [Re: jetdad]
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Goode Co is the most consistent..
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#6103162 - 12/26/15 07:30 PM Re: BBQ in Houston recommendations [Re: bill oxner]
DavidP Offline
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Just south of Houston in Pearland, Killens BBQ, much better than Goode.

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#6103542 - 12/26/15 11:05 PM Re: BBQ in Houston recommendations [Re: jetdad]
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There's a Rudy's out on 290 near beltway 8. It's the closest location to where you are staying. I honestly haven't been impressed with any BBQ in Houston. When I want good BBQ, I drive to Lockhart or cook my own.

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#6103719 - 12/27/15 08:00 AM Re: BBQ in Houston recommendations [Re: jetdad]
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Don't waste your money at Goode, it's overpriced and cooked poorly (in my opinion, of course). Take the extra time to drive to Killen's in Pearland, or Corkscrew in Spring...they are both totally worth it. In Houston itself, there is Gaitlin's.

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#6103789 - 12/27/15 08:39 AM Re: BBQ in Houston recommendations [Re: jetdad]
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I worked at the Houston Galleria for 8 or 10 years. I always thought Luling City Market, on Richmond, just inside the loop, was really good. You might call it 'traditional', with wax paper instead of plates. Really good food, and it fills up fast at lunchtime, so get there early, like 11:15 or so.

There was another BBQ place around there that I also liked, but I just cannot remember the name or location.

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#6103818 - 12/27/15 08:58 AM Re: BBQ in Houston recommendations [Re: jetdad]
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I recall a little place in the Village, on the corner of Morningside and Times that had great BBQ and iced down bottle beer. He also had a wheel of cheddar. I always got a slice. That was really good on top of a shredded beef sammich. It was just him and his mom running the place. Very popular.

There was a similar place in Fulshear, way out west on Westpark. This one was close to home, the other one was close to work. Man I miss those places.
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#6103901 - 12/27/15 09:50 AM Re: BBQ in Houston recommendations [Re: jetdad]
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Gatlins bbq usually wins best bbq awards year in and year out.
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#6129976 - 01/11/16 07:51 AM Re: BBQ in Houston recommendations [Re: jetdad]
Kevin Heath Offline
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Luling city market is always good, Linden's on Hollister used to be good. But I haven't eaten there in years.
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#6130039 - 01/11/16 08:26 AM Re: BBQ in Houston recommendations [Re: jetdad]
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Is the Brisket House any count?

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#6130108 - 01/11/16 09:14 AM Re: BBQ in Houston recommendations [Re: jetdad]
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I always stick with fresh seafood when in Houston. Lived there 15+ years and don't remember any outstanding BBQ.
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#6130178 - 01/11/16 09:49 AM Re: BBQ in Houston recommendations [Re: jetdad]
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Prob too far of a drive from Houston for the OP, but Austin's BBQ in Eagle Lake is pretty darn good. Beats the heck out of Mikeskas in Columbus.

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#6130337 - 01/11/16 11:12 AM Re: BBQ in Houston recommendations [Re: DavidP]
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Originally Posted By: DavidP
Just south of Houston in Pearland, Killens BBQ, much better than Goode.

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