It’s BBQ Time in Austin

  • May 25, 2017
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Thrillist sat down to interview Aaron Franklin of Franklin’s in Austin. It’s a great read about his enthusiasm for BBQ and how he “fell into it” so to speak.

Looks like Franklin’s is destined to be an institution of fine BBQ in Austin, but not a chain.  Nothing wrong with that. He’s got a great business, that produces a fantastic product, and takes care of a very loyal customer base.

I don’t get to eat Franklin’s BBQ very often.  And after not having it for a while you can kid yourself that it wasn’t *that* good,  that the other BBQ you’re eating is nearly as good. And then you have it again and realize that no, Franklin’s really does make the best Brisket.  106 times a day.

 

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