Stopped here to pick up brisket and sausage for friends in Austin first and It was so good I stopped again to pick Up for friends in Cat Springs. This is an old school meat market that has great minimalist style barbecue. By that I...More
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This small eating area tucked in behind the meat market counters is filled with long benches and tables.....fits just right with the very tasty, although not fancy, food that is served. Had some of the best brisket I have had along with potato salad that...More
Prause's is a meat market that "also" makes barbeque -- although that is the big draw. No frills -- paper plates, and picnic tables to sit at, but the barbecue is "to die for" -- its fun to stand in line at about 11:00 a.m....More
The brisket is quality beef, cooked very good and has a very good taste. I like mine to have a little more smoke flavor but I was not disappointed at all. The sausage is freaking awesome. The service and atmosphere is true to Texas! In...More
Like a lot of old time Texas meat markets, they cook barbecue for lunch. Better get there before 12:30 as they typically sell out. Don't expect anything fancy or hokey decor because there ain't any. You walk up to the counter, order, and then take...More
When in the mood for great sausage, it's worth the nearly two hour drive each way! Always friendly service and the food is amazing!!!! There pan sausage makes is excellent for breakfast tacos. And the short links and pork/beef sausage are perfect on the grill....More
The sausages are the greatest. We will go there and buy 10 links and bring the 2 hour drive home and enjoy. Such a pleasant place to shop for meat.
This is an old time real Texas BBQ place where the emphasis is on the meat. The building is tired and old and the facilities simple. The BBQ is top notch and its a fun place to go.
This is purely a meat market but you can eat in. Pretty awful lighting and atmosphere. Do not order any of the carton potato salads or cole slaw unless you are positive it is not post date and kept cold. We both had stomach issues...More
The real deal. These German/Czech meat markets are where Texas Barbecue truly began, from Houston to San Antonio to Waco and to Dallas. German butchers who smoked sausage and pork... and beef. As a kid in the 1950s, even the local small independent grocery store...More