Glad we stopped here. Great way to pick out your meat. Loved the atmosphere. Very friendly. Only one bbq sauce option, would have like more.
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Had a late lunch, good experience but not our style, certainly not a traditional meal, meat and limited vegetables, not as hygienic as it could be, more like a bunkhouse 100 years ago.
It was great to return to TX and have some great BBQ. Cooper's never disappoints and this time was no different. I had the brisket, a couple of ribs and jalapeno sausage. Everything was amazing and my co-worker was pleased with his meal as well....More
Met the family here - if you're hungry it's very hard to be in line behind a teenaged boy! You walk past the various smokers and order exactly what you want - 2 oz of beef ? no problem. 8 oz of pork - easy....More
Coopers is a huge, unique BBQ place apparently, a favorite amongst the locals. I got a brisket on a bun for lunch. Way too much meat and cut too thick. Could eat only half; took the rest home. There are no BBQ places like this...More
First time visit, and wasn't quite sure what to expect. As this is cafeteria-style service, there was a line, but with the entrance quite close to the pit queue line, we were crowded just getting in the door. We visited early on a Sunday evening,...More
There were only a few people in front of us ordering their meat and it still took about 10 minutes standing beside those BBQ pits. It was incredibly hot in that area. Then they have a sign to order by the pound. I'm not used...More
We took my wife's brother to the stockyards since he was here visiting from Indiana. It was our first time there too. He wanted to take us somewhere for ribs. I found this place on Google. They sell the meat by the pound. I didn't...More