If you're on a motorcycle don't bother looking for a car stall parking, make a Bee line for the right side of the lot when facing the restaurant and park in the "motorcycle only" stalls they've cordoned off just for bikers. There are about 30+ motorcycle stalls there that run the length of the lot. As soon as you come in you'll be greeted by the bbq pit men who will grab and or cut the pieces of meat you'd like to order. Most people aren't used to ordering by the quarter pound for meat so I'd go lighter than what you'd think you can eat and you can always go back and get more or get some dessert. You don't get a discount for buying more so don't sweat it. Here's my opinion of what is the best at this joint. 1.) Pork Chops. Get 1 and no more per person. It's bigger than a fist and has more juicy meat on it than a thanksgiving turkey. Make no bones about it this is a meal all by itself, and it is well seasoned. If you like pork chops at all this is a must try. If you're a serious carnivore I'd get this and maybe a 1/4 pound of brisket or sausage but no more. Remember there's still dessert and sides. 2.) Brisket and Sausage here are as good as it gets for non backyard smoked meats in or near Austin. It's on the fattier side so be warned if you don't like the fat, and don't be shy about telling the pit men to cut leaner cuts if that's your preference. The beef and pork ribs are ok. Now mind you I have had some of finest back yard bbq smoked meats in the country so my standards are high. if the meat doesn't fall of the bones and are full of flavor and juiciness then I give them a C rating at best. Coopers gets a C+ on ribs. There are a lot of great sides after the pit area, but save room for dessert. Last I visited they had pecan cobbler, blueberry cobbler, peach cobbler, and a whole bunch of other desserts. Most people eat in the dining room right next to the soda and bathroom areas, but if you'd like a quieter spot, head towards the rear of the restaurant and you'll find a nice quiet large room with tv's pointed at ESPN. On Sunday afternoons they have NHRA drag racing. Behind that room is an outdoor picnic style grass backyard. In the Winter or early spring that backyard could be really nice to dine out in. All in all, one of the nicest bbq joints in the area. Clean, well air conditioned friendly staff, and great food. All that and biker friendly too. Can't lose here.
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