Tuesday, August 16, 2011

QOTD: What Texas BBQ joint is best at social media?

BBQ joints are, as a general rule, old school. Many don't have a website, much less a Twitter or Facebook account. But some are social-media savvy, using a range of SM outlets for business exposure. Which Texas BBQ joint does it best?

17 comments:

Drew Thornley said...

Twitter reply: "Black's BBQ."

Drew Thornley said...

Twitter reply: "My vote: @cuetopia"

Drew Thornley said...

Twitter reply: "We say @FranklinBbq does the Social Media thing best!"

Drew Thornley said...

Twitter reply: "Question for tomorrow: Why would the legendary classic BBQ places with lines out the door need social media?"

Drew Thornley said...

Twitter reply: "I say @cuetopia because they're funny & their pics make me wanna drive Elgin."

Drew Thornley said...

Twitter reply: "@PCBRISKET does some brisket networking."

Drew Thornley said...

Twitter reply: "hands down it's @cuetopia"

Anonymous said...

@cuetopia, sausageheads rejoice!

Drew Thornley said...

Twitter reply: "I've found @UncleBillys does an excellent job at social media. They are engaging and responsive."

Drew Thornley said...

Twitter reply: "i'd say @cuetopia or @dallaslockhart - both make me hungry"

Smokin Ronnie Halcomb said...

Lockhart Smokehouse Oak Cliff Tx.

Drew Thornley said...

Twitter reply: "Hands down, @cuetopia!"

Curt said...

Have to go with Cuetopia too.

Man I miss living in Texas!

q254 said...

County Line BBQ in Austin! @countylinehill @countylinelake

Katie said...

MOST DEF the county line/state line in Austin, San Antonio, Albuquerque, and El Paso!!! Whoop!

Anonymous said...

Live Oak. Have you seen the Facebook photos of their food?!

Retro Party said...

Lockhart Smokehouse.