The incredible flavors in this barbecue joint’s meats come from their specialty smoker, which runs on 100% oak wood fire. In addition to traditional barbecue cuts like brisket, they’re making serious sausages they call the Texas Hot Gut. Beef and pork are ground together with a house-made spice paste before being piped into natural casings. The links are then cold smoked for four hours to give them the perfect texture. “No dainty little sausage here, that’s meaty,” Guy said.
Special Dishes: El Paso Stuffed Potato, Texas Hot Gut Sausage
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