$21 for a Family Barbecue Dinner with Beef, Sausage, and Sides at Texas Pride Barbecue ($42.99 Value)

East Central San Antonio

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Family-size dinner sates the barbecue cravings of about four people with two pounds of meat, cold and hot sides, and sauces

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Expires Feb 2nd, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid Friday or Saturdays after 3pm. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$21 for a Family Barbecue Dinner ($42.99 Value)

  • Two pounds of beef and/or sausage
  • One quart of a hot side, which may include green beans, cheesy potatoes, mac 'n’ cheese, or pinto beans
  • One quart of a cold side, which may include coleslaw, potato salad, macaroni salad, or German potato salad
  • Sauce and trimmings

This particular barbecue dinner, Family Order #2 on the menu, feeds about four people.

Texas Pride Barbecue

When Food Network celebrity chef Guy Fieri roams the country in search of down-home eats on his show Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, he follows his gut. Rarely, though, does he stumble upon a “culinary compound.” But such was the case when he and his film crew visited Texas Pride Barbecue, where “It’s all about Texas,” as owner Tony Talanco told the San Antonio Express-News.

The haven of Texas-style barbecue juts out from the tall grasses, mesquite trees, and barbecue-sauce waterfalls that fill the surrounding fields. As an old filling station, Tony’s restaurant not only greets guests with the smoky scents of slow-cooked brisket, ribs, and sausage, but also with waves of nostalgia surging from antique gas pumps, jukeboxes, farm equipment, and artifacts from the 1920s through ‘60s that Tony has salvaged. In the kitchen, Tony and his cooks lavish time on their two most popular items: the brisket and the homemade barbecue sauces. After dry rubbing the brisket with seasoning, they cook it for 12 hours in a pit fueled by mesquite wood. This smoky flavor comes to life when dipped in hot or regular sauce, both of which begin with onions caramelizing in bacon fat.

Texas Pride Barbecue continues celebrating its state heritage with live music and special events that include a Bike Night and a fish fry. Such activities may have been part of the reason the San Antonio Express-News declared Texas Pride Barbecue its “Best Place to Take Out-of-Town Guests”—one of many awards the eatery has racked up.

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