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A one of a kind real Texan BBQ & cultural experience
I LOVE TEXAS
BBQ fever is gripping Australia, I’m not talking
about the good old gas burner I mean the
low and slow Southern American style! It’s
everywhere and more and more home cooks
and weekend BBQ’ers are embracing this new
culture within our country. But what about
where it all began? The South! The Southern
United States of America that is! There are
many different styles across many different
regions in the southern states and I want
to show you why I believe Central Texas is
Welcome to Reggie P’s Road Trip’s:
Texan BBQ Trail
What we provide: A one of a kind real Texan BBQ
and cultural experience!
The low down: Travelling throughout the Hill
country of the Lone Star state we will visit
legendary BBQ spots such as Blacks BBQ in
Lockhart, The Salt lick in Driftwood and New
School Hero’s like the one and only Franklins BBQ
of Austin Texas.
For your cultural fill we will visit places such as
Luckenbach ( Willy Nelson + Waylon Jennings 2nd
home) The Alamo, The San Antonio River Walk and
Texas Oldest dance hall; Gruene Hall. We will also
hit up modern places such as 6th Street in Austin (
infamous “dirty 6”) El Marcado.
In addition to the best BBQ in the world you will
also enjoy genuine Mexican, Tex-Mex, soul food
Bars will range from the trendy ( Bangers, with 100
beers on tap and 30 + hand made sausages) to the
Texas ice house, serving ice cold beers with live
music and killer atmosphere.
WHO WE ARE &
WHY CHOOSE US
• Smaller group tour focused on giving the
most Authentic Texan lifestyle experience
and the true definition of southern
hospitality. THE EXPERIENCE YOU WONT
HAVE ON YOUR OWN OR ON A BIGGER
• The best Que you will ever eat in your life
and lots of it!
• Less time on the bus and more time on the
• Fully Guided by Chef Roderick Pieper, Texan
Culinary Guide Chris Edwards and local
fixers with in depth knowledge and love for
• Locally guided in depth knowledge of the
Major Texan Cities, the Hill Country their
histories and their tasty morsels
• Twin Share Accommodation in a minimum
4 star properties
• We’ve put in the hard yards and complied
a tour of the Lonestar states BBQ hotspots,
attractions and hidden wonders. We know
the locals, we are the locals and we can’t
wait for you to be too
Day 1, Dallas
BBQ: Slow Bone BBQ / Pecan Lodge / Lockhart Smokehouse /Heim BBQ
Let’s start in the city that really proves the statement ‘Everything’s bigger in Texas ! We’ll Pick you up from
your Hotel say Howdy then head off for our first bite of Great Texas BBQ at Lockhart Smoke House where
the motto is No forks, No sauce needed a statement that says a lot about Texan Que. We’ll have a chat
about what’s to come in the week ahead over an ice-cold Shiner go and check in then head out to the
stock yards district for a lil cowboy history! Our Welcome dinner will be at Heim BBQ.
A Pecan Lodge brisket.
A BBQ sandwich by Heim BBQ.
Day 2, Dallas to
BBQ: Via Taylor + Elgin
(Louie Mueller + Southside Market)
Today we’ll hit the Road to the home of
new age BBQ, Texan Capital and Hipster
heaven that is Austin TX but not before
taking a bite of history at Louie Mueller
BBQ in Taylor and Southside Market
Elgin ( you want to try that sausage).
Then it’s on to Austin to check in and
head out to the Rainey Street Bar district
for a cold brew and dinner at Bangers,
Austin’s beer and sausage house. Free
Time to explore Rainey Street.
Day 3, Austin
BBQ : LA BBQ /Terry Blacks
Austin has the tastiest BBQ in the state but
many of the establishments are new on the
scene today is all about those spots after
a quick brekky and some hipster coffee
we’ll be heading over to new school heavy
weights LA BBQ for some serious que’
and a chat with Pitmaster Brendan. The
afternoon will bring the chance for abit of
retail therapy and to get your cowboy on at
Allens World Famous Boot shop and all that
is South Congress Ave.v
For Dinner we are eyeing off Stiles Switch
with Pit Master Bill Dumas Then we’ll head
to 6th Street for abit of free time.
Day 4, Austin to Fredricksberg
Today we’ll be up at the crack of dawn to get
ready for a truly legendary bite of modern central
Texas Q We are finishing our Austin odyssey at
once purchased for only $30,000 + one of Willy
Nelson’s favourite hangouts.
Franklin BBQ, the brisket awaits!
On to historic Fredericksburg rich with German
Culture and Texan wines! 4.0 cellars awaits us
for a tasting of some truly unique wines. Tonight
we’ll hit downtown for dinner at an Authentic
On the road we’ll see what makes the hill
country a place of beauty Then we get a taste of
country music history at Luckenbach the town
A spread by Franklin’s BBQ.
Day 5, Fredericksburg to San Antonio
Don Strange is a legend in the food scene of Central Texas and beyond, today we’ll pay a visit to his
breathtaking ranch and be lucky enough to have a personally guided tour and cooking class. Today is all
about the chill factor taking in the ranch and its surrounds before we hit the road to San Antonio.
Day 6, San Antonio
The Alamo + Buckhorn museum + El Marcado
+ river walk
BBQ: Two Brothers
Today we head out to explore the rich history of
San Antonio including its deep roots from south
of the boarder. Get those taste buds ready for a
wild ride of Mexican cuisine! We’ll get a real look
at Texas History today visiting the Alamo – the
key site in the Texan Revolution. El Marcardo
(Mexican market) will be perfect for abit of
free time and shopping. While the Buckhorn
Museum + Saloon is a must-see piece of Texacana
complete with over 500 species of Animals and
ice cold brew! Then mosey on down the river
walk for your tourist fill before we head over to
Drinks + Dinner at George’s Keep.
Meats & sides by Two Brothers.
The iconic Alamo.