We stepped up and ordered our mains and sides and then waited a minute or two and then paid the bill and sat down to eat. The BBQ was delicious. Lots of meat. Great sauce available. Lots of taste.
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I ordered the platter with brisket, a beef rib, and sausage. Also mac and cheese and corn on the cob. It was all fantastic, and the mop sauce on the table was great. We arrived at 6 pm, and had drinks. By about 7 pm,...More
Kinda dumpy when you walk. Apparently you go for the food and not the ambience. I had the sampler which was a beef rib, sausage and beef brisket. All acceptable but nothing outstanding. I would classify it as a tourist trap and not worth a...More
With focus on tasty food the restaurant will also give you very relax athmosphere. This is not fancy dinning, rather it is cool experience. Good craft beer and to die for beef ribs. Also, if you dont have a lot of time for long dinner,...More
Drove to Austin looking for good Texas BBQ and noticed Iron Works. The place looked closed but my husband was optimistic and checked. Good that he did because Iron Works was open and we ordered, at Big Jake's recommendation, brisket and beef ribs. The hearty...More
Enjoyed pulled pork with good eatin sides at this downtown venue. Ample space for small and large groups. Line can form at any time of day so must be patient as this is a popular place.
We had high hopes for great barbecue in this landmark restaurant that made a number of “best” lists. It had all the earmarks- location in a real old ironworks building, complete with sagging floors and wood fired stoves for heat and lots of workmen filling...More
Excellent BBQ but not as good as the other stellar Austin BBQ I went too. If this were in LA I would be more excited about it. Still good bbq and an eclectic interesting theme/atmosphere.