There are many places in Round Rock to get BBQ, and this is one of my regular destinations. Part of a regional chain, this particular located can be found in a strip center off of IH-35, so there’s a lot of available parking. The interior is done in hard wood (walls and floors), and the furniture is plain but simple. There’s a section in the front, separated by some partitions, which serves as a perfect location for large parties or evening Meet-Up groups.
Food is obtained cafeteria-style, as you slide your tray down the shelf. The meat is sliced right there in front of you (to ensure freshness and accuracy of your order. The employees scoop your chosen sides on to your plate. I’ve found the service always to be friendly, and everything done with a smile. I know what I want, but I have observed if others had questions, the employees were more than happy to answer them.
The prices are reasonable, and this is definitely a place to satisfy your inner-carnivore. I got the turkey plate, which was a half-pound of moist deliciousness. The sides of corn-bread stuffing and mashed potatoes covered in melted cheese, plus a piece of Texas toast and a drink, completed my dinner. Every bite was tasty, and the meal was filling without making me stuff.
Besides turkey there’s beef brisket, pork ribs, sausage, and chicken breasts available. As each of the dinner plates come with two sides, there’s over a dozen to choose from (including mac & cheese, and green bean casserole, besides what I mentioned above). While I haven’t gotten any, some desert options like banana pudding can be obtained too.