For inside the loop, I would currently say Goode Company, Luling City Market and Gatlin's
Twitter reply: "Gatlin's for sure. Heard Corkscrew BBQ trailer is real deal, I'd put Vergie's on there, too."
Twitter reply: "Gatlin's, Virgie's, and Pizzitola's are all great."
So I guess we are judging this on overall (TX trinity, sides, atmosphere etc).1. Gatlin's BBQ2. Corkscrew BBQ3. Virgie'sAnd there's a place I visited recently that really makes an argument for inclusion in the top 3.http://www.brooksplacebbq.com/ A small trailer in Cypress, TX with a picnic bench in front of it.Top notch central TX style brisket. Well smoked & falling off the bone ribs. Pretty good ssg links too.
Twitter reply: "Gatlin's and Virgie's for sure. 3rd is kind of a toss up"
Twitter reply: "I really liked Gatlin's. Patio was great, too."
Twitter reply: "gotta go with Luling City Market on Richmond. Dont live there any longer but make the stop when im in town."
Twitter reply: "Besides my backyard, there really aren't any."
Twitter reply: "Gatlin's, Virgie's and ?, the last one is the HARDEST! Too many Contenders!"
Twitter reply: "Getting in late on this. 1. @GatlinsBBQ, 2. @BURNSbbq, 3. Ray's Real Pit BBQ Shack. So many more, see for yourself!"
Goode Company, Luling City Market, and The Swinging Door
Twitter reply: "The 3 best #BBQ joints in #Houston are in Elgin."
Twitter reply: "This is limited, since I've only eaten at 3 #Houston #BBQ joints - @GoodeCompany , Big Daddy's, & Pappa's."
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