Although Texans did not invent the barbecue pit, they did revolutionize its use by discovering meat. Taste the timeless art of Texas-style barbecue with today’s Groupon to Texas Pride Barbecue in Adkins. Choose between the following options:
- For $17, you get the Hungry Texan meal that feeds two (a $33.99 value).
- For $32, you get two Hungry Texan meals that feed four (a $67.98 value).<p>
Each meal includes: * Three-quarter-pound brisket * Half-rack of ribs * One sausage link * Choice of fourth meat option: brisket, sausage, pork, baby-back ribs, turkey, or chicken (limited availability) * Four side orders<p>
Awarded two ribbons at the Texas Folklife Festival for peach cobbler and brisket sandwiches, Texas Pride Barbecue slow-smokes its multitude of meats with mesquite wood for a dry-rubbed flavor that begs for a dousing in the roadhouse’s handmade secret-recipe sauces. The Hungry Texan meal stains fingers with tangy slow-cooked brisket, juicy sausage links, and baby back ribs, all cut and sliced to the group’s liking. A succulent display of chicken adds a clucker’s touch to the feast, and patrons can enjoy hot and cold homestyle sides such as fresh-cut french fries, slowly stewed pinto beans laced with bacon and onions, crunchy coleslaw, and German potato salad. Dessert isn’t a part of the Hungry Texan, but sweets-craving diners can top off their meat-centric meal with a healthy dose of the famous peach cobbler ($3.49), known to drive food critics and fruit bats wild.
Owner Tony Talanco models his nostalgic barbecue joint after his grandfather’s 1920s country filling station, stocking the spacious eatery with interesting antique memorabilia such as old juke boxes, gas pumps, undetonated World War I ordnance, and farm equipment. Catch some country music at one of Texas Pride Barbecue’s weekly events, including bike night on Thursday and a fish fry on Friday.
The smell in that place was pure smokey meat deliciousness!Amanda A., Yelp, 10/17/11
I also like the atmosphere of the place with all the decorations. The old gas pumps and the old soda coolers was very cool. Very open area to eatAustin Freeman, Urbanspoon, 2/21/11
87% of 1,414 customers recommend
“Fabulous service fabulous food! Great atmosphere and band...we will be back for sure...with or without a groupon! Great family fun well worth the drive!!!”
“The meats are Oh so moist and flavorful! The sides are average. You must try the desserts! Heavenly! ”
“It's a great place anytime.”
2980 E Loop 1604
Adkins, Texas 78101Get Directions