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Colter's Texas Bar-B-Q

Colters's was founded in 1980 by Peter McGuire, a veteran restauranteur who developed more than 100 Burger King franchises in Texas and the Northeast. Later, Peter joined the new Church's Fried Chicken franchise, developing dozens of them in California. In Dallas, he bought an existing barbeque restaurant, converted it to Colter's and began creating the menu and business system that has made Colter's a household word in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The business system is one that pays close attention to detail . Colter's units feature hostesses who refill customer's drinks, imaginative paper-towel holders at each table, in lieu of napkins, and customer comment cards to keep emploees and franchises on their toes.

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Stubb's Bar-B-Q

In 1985 a series of circumstances forced Stubb to close his beloved restaurant. "Let’s put it this way," said Stubb, "I got run out of Lubbock ‘cause I was broke, busted and disgusted. I can’t fight the IRS with barbecue and sauce." With
his restaurant closed, Stubb decided to move to Austin and began selling his barbecue out of Antone’s, a blues club near the University of Texas, and in 1986 opened his second restaurant, Stubb’s Bar-B-Q. There he revived the Lubbock tradition of jam sessions that featured such musicians as Ely, Butch Hancock and The Maines Brothers.

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The Salt Lick

Take a deep breath and inhale the aroma of some of the best BBQ the Hill Country has to offer. You've found "The Salt Lick" so named by owner Hisako Roberts and her husband, the late Thurman Roberts, because "a Salt Lick is something where all the animals congregate. There is something good, something essential about it."

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Clark's Outpost BBQ

Clark's Outpost was founded in 1974 by the late Warren Clark. We are approximately 50 miles North of Dallas on U.S. Highway 377 located in Tioga Texas, the birthplace of the legendary singing cowboy Gene Autry. Tioga is a small town with a laidback attitude and that's how we do things at Clark's. Our cooking style is a slow process, it takes eight hours just to smoke our Ribs, Brisket will be on the smoker for three and a half days. Turkeys and other products fall somewhere in between. You see Warren grew up in the days when people had an Old Smoke House out back, where it might take a week or more to cook and cure meats. It was his belief, and ours now, that for the product to really be good and true you have to take your time.

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Cooper's BBQ

Welcome to Cooper's Mail-Order BBQ, located in the Texas Hill Country, the BBQ capital of the world. Cooper's Old Time Pit Bar-B-Que is honored to be the best of the best in the barbecue business and home of the original World Famous "Big Chop." The Wootan Family has provided its World Famous Pit Barbecue to hundreds of thousands of hungry diners over the years at its family-owned and operated restaurant. Now you can get a taste of Texas Hill Country BBQ that restaurant reviewers have raved about.

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