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Texas Monthly Barbecue Festival Tickets Are on Sale, and More A.M. Intel

The latest restaurant tidbits in Austin served right now — Tickets for Texas Monthly Barbecue Festival are now on sale, where the publication gathers some of the best barbecue joints of the state, including locals like Franklin Barbecue,...Show More Summary

Texas Monthly’ Adds to Kemuri Tatsu-Ya’s Accolades

Chronicle embraces Kinda Tropical’s summer-forever vibe Texas Monthly barbecue editor Daniel Vaughn paid a visit to Kemuri Tatsu-ya, and had only praise for the Holly restaurant. He explored how co-owner Tatsu Aikawa’s restaurant (recently...Show More Summary

Erin Russell IN as Eater Austin’s Associate Editor

Welcome a new player to the team Eater Austin is pleased to announce that Erin Russell has joined the team as associate editor, effective immediately. Erin is a writer with bylines in Roads and Kingdoms, Texas Monthly, and Austin Way, as well as Eater Austin where she created handy guides on day drinking and all-day pizza. Show More Summary

Texas Monthly Says John Mueller's Latest Barbecue Effort Is a Return to Form

That familiar classic, peppery brisket Texas Monthly barbecue editor Daniel Vaughn visited John Mueller’s trailer Black Box Barbecue in Georgetown, and had nothing but praise for the infamous pitmaster’s new efforts. Mueller has struggled...Show More Summary

Miller’s Smokehouse’s Austin Barbecue Pop-Up, and More A.M. Intel

The latest restaurant tidbits in Austin served right now — Belton barbecue spot Miller's Smokehouse (one of Texas Monthly's 50 best of the state) is popping up in Austin for dinner on Thursday, July 27. The $32 ticket comes with a plate...Show More Summary

Somebody Buy This Ridiculous Cadillac DeVille Barbecue Smoker

It’s only $1,800, y’all There’s no one more inventive than a Texas pitmaster, but one Garland barbecue enthusiast may have built the most unique smoker of all time using the body of a 1988 Cadillac DeVille. Texas Monthly barbecue editor Daniel Vaughn unearthed the Craigslist listing for the glorious smoker, which has a capacity of 1,300 pounds. Show More Summary

Clark’s Traveling Oyster Bar, and More A.M. Intel

The latest restaurant tidbits in Austin served right now — Daniel Vaughn, Texas Monthly's barbecue editor, took to Texas Standard to discuss the popularity of Texas barbecue over smoked meats from the Carolinas, especially after hisShow More Summary

The Whole Foods CEO joked about Lloyd Blankfein right before Goldman Sachs helped Amazon buy his company (GS, AMZN, WFM)

John Mackey, the CEO and cofounder of Whole Foods, didn't want Goldman Sachs' help selling his company. Goldman helped Amazon buy his company instead. In a profile of the Whole Foods CEO in Texas Monthly, Mackey made a sarcastic joke to the magazine's Tom Foster about Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein. Show More Summary

Bonhomie Delights Chronicle and Texas Monthly Critics

Plus Statesman’s overdue visit to Thai trailer Dee Dee This week, critics flocked to Philip Speer’s French bistro-inspired diner, which seems poised to become an Austin darling. In his review, Chronicle editor Brandon Watson believes...Show More Summary

La Barbecue Joins Forces With Quickie Pickie

The trailer is moving again With the release of Texas Monthly’s best barbecue list yesterday came a little surprise: one of Austin's top barbecue spots La Barbecue is moving again, but just a two minute walk away from its current home. Show More Summary

A New Best Barbecue Restaurant in the World Has Been Crowned

Texas Monthly has updated its Top 50 Texas Barbecue list (and therefore the top barbecue spots in the world). Central Texas barbecue has a focus on meat, especially brisket. You may get onions, peppers or pickle slices, and white bread as an accompaniment. Show More Summary

Pecan Lodge Is No Longer One Of The Top Ten Barbecue Joints in Texas

But Cattleack Barbeque totally is Since the last time Texas Monthly barbecue editor Daniel Vaughn compiled his list of the state’s 50 best barbecue spots four years ago, Dallas’ own Pecan Lodge reigned supreme as the second-best smoked meat spot in the state. Show More Summary

Spring’s Corkscrew BBQ Is One Of The Top Ten Barbecue Joints In Texas

Five other Houston smoked meat spots landed a coveted spot on Texas Monthly’s list The last time Texas Monthly compiled their rankings of the best barbecue joints in Texas, no Houston establishment even cracked the top ten. This year,...Show More Summary

Snow’s BBQ Is the Best Texas Barbecue Joint

Texas Monthly’s list is now out Snow’s BBQ with pitmaster, the badass Tootsie Tomanetz in Lexington, is the number one barbecue spot of the state, according to Texas Monthly’s anticipated best barbecue joints list, which was just released for the year. Show More Summary

John Mueller Is Coming Back to Smoke Meats With Black Box Barbecue

Beef ribs in Georgetown Pitmaster John Mueller is back in the barbecue game again. This time, he’s taking to Georgetown with new barbecue trailer Black Box Barbecue, as reported by Texas Monthly Barbecue. It’ll start smoking meats in...Show More Summary

Franklin Barbecue Might Not Be No. 1 and More A.M. Intel

The latest 6 restaurant tidbits in Austin served right now — Texas BBQ Posse writer Gary Jacobson predicts that when Texas Monthly drops its list of top 50 barbecue joints in the state there will be some big changes. He bets that frontrunner...Show More Summary

Texans Aren’t Obsessed With In-N-Out Burger, and More A.M. Intel

The latest eight restaurant tidbits in Austin served right now — Vice Munchies examined why it seems like Texans aren't cuckoo over In-N-Out’s presence in the state. Texas Monthly food editor Pat Sharpe sang her praises of Whataburger's...Show More Summary

Q&A: Pamela Colloff on her new gig with NYT Mag and ProPublica

Since its sale in October, Texas Monthly has made nearly as many headlines as it has written. Most recently, Executive Editor Pamela Colloff on Monday announced her departure from the magazine where she has worked for 20 years. She will be joining both The New York Times Magazine and ProPublica, in a job that will combine […]

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