Psychologists have shown that certain foods, among them barbecue, just plain make us happy. Who needs comfort food when we can have happy food?

— Craig "Meathead" Goldwyn

ssweeney's Review of Stacys Bar-B-Q‎

Main Fare:

  • Brisket has a good tenderness, although seems a bit dry on the finish.  May be just a tad of bitterness in the meat. Above average.
  • Sausage is another standard commercial product (Eckrich?).
  • Rib is extremely hot to the touch... reheat?  Meat is tender and pulls away from the bone easily. Good colors on the bark, but it is bland.  A bit greasy, but fully rendered.  This is a nice rib.
  • Jalapeno Sausage is tasty and salty, with a good amount of heat.

Other Fare:

  • Pintos are a bit salty, but real beans.
  • Potato salad is mustard-based with heavy pickles.  Very good.
  • They also have a mayo-based potato salad that was very mild, but good.
  • The macaroni salad was standard fare.
  • Baked beans are standard fare.
  • Peach cobbler had decent flavor and good texture.
  • Pecan pie was goo-ood.


  • The structure is clearly a converted house... reminds me of Ronnie Ingle's place in Abilene.
  • Serving line is cafeteria style.
  • Joint has a comfortable feel, and loyal customers that tell us this is the best barbecue around.
  • Again, very hospitable folks... warm and sincere.
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