310’s Kitchen is an open-air BBQ restaurant in Waco on historic Elm Ave. We serve Brisket, Beef ribs, Pork ribs, Chicken, Sausage, and Crab Cakes.

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Welcome to Vitek’s, home of the original Gut Pack! Founded in 1915. Fourth generation family-owned and operated. Whether you are a local Wacoan, here for the first time, or returning to an old favorite, we are so glad you are here. Check out our menu for all of our tasty options, and let’s eat! Featured…

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Hours 9:00 am to 2:00pm M-F 9:00am to 1:00pm Saturday History Since the doors opened in 1946, Tony DeMaria’s Bar-B-Que has been family owned and operated. The restaurant was originally opened as a grocery store and meat market by Tony DeMaria Jr. and in the 50’s Tony served barbecue to road crews who were in…

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Waco’s longest continuously owned barbeque restaurant was started in 1978. Uncle Dan’s BBQ has been serving the best BBQ in Central TX for more than 30 years. Eat in the restaurant, or let us cater your next event! Additional location in Hewitt. Closed Sunday.     Facebook

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Hewitt location. Waco’s longest continuously owned barbeque restaurant was started in 1978. Uncle Dan’s BBQ has been serving the best BBQ in Central TX for more than 30 years. Eat in the restaurant, or let us cater your next event! Closed Sunday. Facebook    

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Located at Homestead Heritage, Red Wagon serves up quality, natural, and organic BBQ meats. Open Friday 11-4 and Saturday 11-6 pm.    

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A classic rib shack, smoky with hickory, pecan, oak and a mesquite wood fragrance. Bar-B-Q plates and sandwiches, along with the fixings make this locally owned restaurant a Waco favorite. Closed Sunday. Facebook    

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As featured in Texas Monthly and the Washington Post, Honky Tonk Kid BBQ is bringing Central Texans Texas-style BBQ with global flair and flavors.  All meats are slow smoked fresh daily with a blend of mesquite, hickory , and fruit woods. HTK cooks to sell out daily, this keeps the BBQ at its peak flavor!…

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Come see what real Texas barbecue is all about. Locally owned, Jasper’s Barbecue began in 1919 by Jasper DeMaria. The Interurban Railroad ran through what is now the Jasper’s parking lot and was the last stop before you went to Dallas. Jasper started selling barbecue out of the building that had a dirt floor, a table…

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