When you're driving around, dont forget to keep your eyes open. You never know when you might happen upon a shade-tree barbecue stand or a little shack that nobody's ever heard of -- with the best smoked meat in creation.

— Robb Walsh

Legends of Texas Barbecue

Smoke Daddy's Review of Southside Market and Bar-B-Q Inc

 MAIN FARE:Spread at Southside Market

  • Sausage - Nicely balanced and good texture     -- Double Boner
  • Sausage - Good hot spice; Juicy - maybe a little greasy    -- Smoke Daddy
  • Sausage - ...just didn't live up to all the hype    -- Eric Behrs
  • Brisket - Lean was firm and chewy, but the fatty was soft and tender.  Mild smoke with just a hint of spice on the finish.  Good.    -- Smoke Daddy
  • Beef Steak - Thin, but nicely done.  Extremely peppery, but tender and juicy    -- Smoke Daddy
  • Pork Steak - Similar to beef steak, but not as tender    -- Smoke Daddy
  • Baby Back Rib - Pulls right off the bone, but not moist enough.  Nice pork flavor and fully rendered.    -- Smoke Daddy


  • 2 sauces:
    • Tomato-based with chunks of onions - fair    -- Smoke Daddy
    • Cayenne pepper sauce - good    -- Smoke Daddy
  • Potato Salad - Mustard and mayo.  Fairly bland - OK.    -- Smoke Daddy
  • Beans - Slow cooked; good texture and beefy flavor.  Nice.    -- Smoke Daddy


  • Extremely peppery rub used on meats; a bit disappointing    -- All
  • Meat served from warming trays, pits barely visible    -- Smoke Daddy
  • Really big and new; dead animals on wall always a plus    -- Double Boner
  • Meat market and barbecue housed in same building    -- Smoke Daddy
  • 60's & 70's feel, sort of like a cafeteria    -- Eric Behrs

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