Visit Recap: Nutter Buster BBQ And Comfort
Deep in the hearrrrrrrrttttttt of… South Austin (technically Manchaca)- you’ll find an inconspicuous trailer on the side of F.M. 1626. If you’re speeding you’re going to miss it. It sits in a food-trailer park that houses themselves and a snow cone stand, so don’t expect the trailer park conglomerate one can expect in the ever-growing landscape of Austin.
Husband and wife-owned location that is exactly what this neck of the woods needs: More barbecue. It used to share a road with Railroad BBQ, but since that business’ closure, it is now the exclusive barbecue joint this far south.
Expect to be treated to high levels of customer service and a free beer while you wait. Solid options at this location. Pulled pork, brisket, chopped meat, and the sides are a plenty. Deep fried mac n’ cheese, cole slaw, regular mac and more.
Here is the full menu:
They are only open on the weekends, so make sure you check the Twitter account for hours and additional details.