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Welcome to FullHouse BBQ

Just one bite and you'll be all in!

My name is Robert Garrett owner/pitmaster for FullhouseBBQ. I have lived in central Texas my whole life and have seen Round Rock/Pflugerville area grow so much in the last 30 years.  I really started cooking Texas BBQ about 10 years ago. I have burned a few smoked briskets before getting it right. There really is something about standing behind a pit with meat cooking that awakens all your senses. That is what I try to strive for. I want my barbecue to smell so good that you can taste it before it enters your mouth.

Every BBQ joint has their secrets, My secret is real simple, I use different types of wood at different points in the cooking process to ensure 3 things.

1. Great Smokey flavor, anybody can put a brisket or baby back ribs on a pit and call it Texas barbecue but if that smoke taste doesn’t come through then it’s really not BBQ.

2. Moistness. The woods I use and the process taken when “resting” the meat helps maintain the moistest juiciest meat you can have.

3. Tenderness. This process of using the woods and resting the meat allows the beef to “break down” more than it normally would do after cooking. This allows the beef to simply melt in your mouth.

I really do have plans to open a full service restaurant in the near future, but for now we are offering a limited menu that you can see on our menu page. We also offer our barbecue for catering to groups of any size with sliced brisket, chopped beef, baby back ribs and all the fixin's.

So please take a look around feel free to stay as long as you like. Also be sure to follow us on Facebook, we will be giving away food periodically and we don’t want you to miss out. Have a non-profit? Ask us about how we can help you raise money. We want to hear from you so feel free to contact us or email me with your suggestions.

PS. Is it your birthday? Show a picture ID with your birth date on it and receive a free meal from our menu page. (Ribs and beef by the pound are not included. Nice try though!)