Visit Recap: Shugabees Texas BBQ

Visit Recap: Shugabees Texas BBQ

With the growth of the food trailer, businesses can expand to audiences that they may not be able to reach in

©2014 Texas Brew & BBQ

©2014 Texas Brew & BBQ

a traditional brick and mortar.  In some cases, you’ll have an amazing location only to find that the property you’ve leased on has been sold and it’s time to relocate.

Such is the case with Shugabees Texas BBQ.  In its new location, Shugabees is now housed in the parking lot of the Painted Horse Pavillion, so keep an eye out when you’re cruising along highway 1626 in Buda, TX.

They stray slightly off course by offering barbecue wraps made in homemade tortillas, but that’s not to say they don’t have classic barbecue offerings.  Pulled pork and sausage are also available with a variety of seasonings.

Sides can be had here too. Two styles of potato salad and chips are on the menu, and make sure you check out the dessert menu.

The meat isn’t smoked on premises, but made close by and brought to this location.  There is a smoker on the trailer, but I’m still not sure what it was used for.

 

Danny Laurel

I’ve lived in Texas all my life and can’t express how much I love this state. I found that I was enjoying these amazing bbq spots and drinking fantastic Texas-made beer and wanted my buddies and I to be able to share them with our readers.

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