Right next door to the restaurant in driftwood, texas. I’m glad i went here with a group so i got a chance too try everything, ribs! baby back ribs (sunday only) brisket, chicken and omg that turkey!!! i also tried the peach cobbler and pecan pie. Folks, if we keep treating visitors like this, nobody will ever move here. This is likely a combination of time of year (mid-january) and time of day (late afternoon, after traditional lunch hours and before dinner starts). The salt lick has three locations in the austin area: the original in driftwood, another in round rock, and a newer stand at austin-bergstrom international airport. I am not a fan of brisket because i can’t count the number of times the way it is prepared has greatly disappointed me, so i’d rather not waste my time and order something that will likely be too dry and flavorless, but this brisket was amazing as well! oh, and it’s byob, which is great for being in the hill country with a bunch of wineries nearby. It was fluffy and great for a sandwich.
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Austin barbecue lick salt. What a delightful place. They have a nice setup inside with multiple tables. Then came the serious manager which said, i quote, out turkey is never raw. I just want people to know about my experience.
Tried the brisket, pork sausage, turkey. The ribs were great. Came from downtown austin during a trip.