I really loved the food, especially the sausage. There was a little waiting line, but it was worth it.
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This is not the best barbecue I've had. If you are in the mood to sit on the patio, listen to some music, have a cold one and snack on some BBQ while the kids play on the playground, this is your place. The prices...More
Always love coming here. Beautiful setting with very good food makes for a wonderful outing. The big minus: no beer/alcohol sold. However, you can bring your own, and as evidenced by the many patrons carrying small coolers, a lot of folks do.
After standing in line at Franklin's for 30 minutes, I decided to go somewhere else instead. My friend suggested Salt Lick and I'm so glad she did. I'm not a fan of BBQ, but I figured that since I was on vacation, I'd eat where...More
This is my second visit in a month....and for a good reason. It is that good. I celebrated St. Patrick's Day with several friends from Washington, D. C. , Utah, West Virginia, Massachusetts and Round Rock. We enjoyed a few drinks with the house made...More
I went there once not long after it opened. That was the only time I have been. It seemed over priced and just average. There are other paces around...( think TAYLOR) that are worth the drive. Let the Transplant Texans have this place...makes the lines...More
Local friends took us here for lunch. There's a very nice area outside that we used while we waited to be served. Once inside, the server was very accommodating in giving us some free samples before we made our selections. We were not disappointed with...More
It's not Dripping Springs but a nice place for a nice, tasty meal with GREAT service. Recommend sitting at the bar and ordering if you are pressed for time.
I've lived in the Austin area for 16 years -- when I first moved to town, taking a special trip to the original Salt Lick in Driftwood was a special event. You'd get decent BBQ, piles of it, served family style. In the years since...More