Micklethwait Craft Meats

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Details
1309 Rosewood Ave
Austin, TX 78702
(512) 791-5961
Food Truck, BBQ
$ $
Hours
Tue–Sat: 11:00 AM–8:00 PM Sun: 11:00 AM–3:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Micklethwait's homemade sausagevarieties like duck and cherry, lamb and apricot, which rotate dailyis what truly distinguishes his operation. Even the beef sausage is moist and snappy.
  • The Sliced pork shoulder, lamb chorizo and jalapeo grits were incredible.
  • Skip the longer wait lines at Franklin's & La BBQ... Mickelthwait's Craft Meats is for real
  • The brisket melts in your mouth! The lamb sausage is divine, coming from someone who's not a fan of any kind of sausage. Cheese grits were AMAZING. A nice southwest twist. The slaw was also en pointe.
  • This vintage 1960 Comet trailer serves all kinds of meat, from duck sausage to smoked brisket, and theyre all flat-out delicious. Micklethwait Craft Meats belongs up with the elite of Austin BBQ.
  • Jalapeo cheese grits might be the best BBQ side I've ever had
  • best beef ribs
  • Austin is having something of a bbq moment, in case you haven't noticed. Micklethwait has gotten its fair share of attention, but still flies under the radar by Austin bbq standards. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Hatch chili cheesy grits. So good.
  • INCREDIBLE barbecue. The pulled pork was the best I've ever had; moist but not wet and so flavorful.
  • Pork ribs. Brisket.
  • Truly amazing brisket. Great Frito Pie
  • Arrive at 2pm and you're left with what they've got- which for us meant pulled pork and sausage. Usually my last 2 choices, but both were satisfyingly delicious.
  • Brisket is very good!
  • Brisket and jalapeo cheese grits are a must!
  • Brisket, ribs
  • Brisket, beef ribs
  • The brisket and jalapeo cheese grits.
  • It is aaaaalll good. Spare ribs, chicken, and sirloin were delicious.
  • Extremely good bbq!