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Kreuz Market

512-398-2361  •  $$
ADDRESS: 619 N Colorado St, Lockhart, TX 78644

CUISINE: Barbecue, Ribs

FEATURES: Handicap Access, Kid Friendly, Smoke Free

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One of the most renowned barbecue spots in Texas (and therefore the world), this German-style barbecue restaurant dates back to the turn of the century as a meat market and grocery store. Though it relocated to more spacious digs near the highway in 1999, Kruez Market still draws locals and barbecue pilgrims alike for superior beef cuts and sausages sold by the pound - the boneless prime rib remains their signature cut. Pickles, saltines, white bread and sauerkraut accompany your meatcentric meal, but you'll find no sauce, in keeping with tradition.  No alcohol available. Serving lunch and dinner 10:30 am-8 pm Mon-Sat. Closed Sun.

"But if it lacks the ramshackle ambience of a good old Texas pit, there is absolutely no denying that its slabs of pit-cooked prime rib are among the most carnivorously satisfying foodstuffs on earth. Brisket, sausage and ribs are all superb."

- Michael Stern, Roadfood.com, May 22, 2008

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One of the most renowned barbecue spots in Texas (and therefore the world), this German-style barbecue restaurant dates back to the turn of the century as a meat market and grocery store. Though it relocated to more spacious digs near the highway in 1999, Kruez Market still draws locals and barbecue pilgrims alike for superior beef cuts and sausages sold by the pound - the boneless prime rib remains their signature cut. Pickles, saltines, white bread and sauerkraut accompany your meatcentric meal, but you'll find no sauce, in keeping with tradition. 
 

"But if it lacks the ramshackle ambience of a good old Texas pit, there is absolutely no denying that its slabs of pit-cooked prime rib are among the most carnivorously satisfying foodstuffs on earth. Brisket, sausage and ribs are all superb."

- Michael Stern, Roadfood.com, May 22, 2008
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No alcohol available. Serving lunch and dinner 10:30 am-8 pm Mon-Sat. Closed Sun.

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