Texas Live! is coming to life and Lockhart Smoke House is serving up brisket and other BBQ staples cooked over wood kindled with the coals from Kreuz Market in the beloved barbeque town of Lockhart in central Texas.
Mary Perez of Enchiladas Ole, a small neighborhood restaurant, invited anyone with no home or A/C to sit inside for water and chips as temperatures climbed toward 110. Enchiladas Ole was recently ranked by USA Today readers as one of Texas’ 10 best.
In Fort Worth, former fine-dining chef Sage Sakiri is doing the same dishes as always, but they’re in boxes or on paper plates for inexpensive prices in a casual east side cafe. “I think it’s where the market is today,” he said,
BBQ on the Brazos, for years located at a Cresson gas station, lost its lease, and owners Kathryn Warren and John Sanford spent Thursday moving out. The couple will operate from their food truck and look for a new brick and mortar location.