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Eureka Springs, Arkansas
Literally built into the side of the Ozark Mountains, the tiny village of Eureka Springs is a charming collection of Victorian architecture and higgledy-piggledy streets snaking past cliff-clinging homes, confounding new visitors. Folks easily fall in love with this place, so appealingly...
It’s official: we ate all of the BBQ in Texas! For seven days, we tried every pulled, rubbed, dried and smothered meat we got our hands on.
We explored a lot in our travels trough Central Texas, but since this is the BBQ Trail, we know what’s really important. Here are just the BBQ “joints” all in one place.
After a great night’s sleep at the Hotel Havana San Antonio, we woke up rested and ready to spend our last day of the trip exploring the city.
After 5 amazing days touring BBQ around Austin, we hit the road for San Antonio, Texas where we will end our trip.
“Come for the BBQ and stay for everything else.” That’s today’s BBQ Trail mantra. Today was our last day in the Austin area, so we decided to do some sightseeing at the Bullock Texas State History Museum before making our way to lunch nearby.
After another restful night at the Courtyard Austin Downtown Marriott we were ready to do more exploring…and eating! So we grabbed some breakfast and headed off to the Blanton Museum of Art to take in a little culture before we hit the road to our next BBQ destination.
It’s only Day 3, but we have a new BBQ Trail mantra (drum roll): This is a barbeque marathon, not a sprint! In other words, take your time and enjoy the ride.
Howdy! (That’s how they say “hello” here in Texas.) Come to this part of the BBQ belt and you’ll notice that Texans have a lot to say when it comes to their barbecue. The slow, low-fire smokers aren’t just for cooking up some of the most tender meat you’ll ever savor, they also put off the...
Over the course of seven days we trekked, tasted, two-stepped and shopped our way along the famed Texas BBQ Trail. From the capitol, Austin, down to historic San Antonio to the surrounding Hill Country favorites, we discovered one thing was always the same—Central Texas loves its BBQ.
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