Joe’s Real BBQ is a throwback to the 1940s. Where else can you sip a 25-cent cup of coffee or chug a bottled soda next to a 1948 John Deere Tractor? The restaurant serves authentic Texas barbecue. Order the pecan-smoked brisket, pulled pork, chicken or hot links. Portions are hefty so come hungry.
The price is right, too. A BBQ sandwich with a homemade side is only $6.99. Add a soda, and you have lunch or dinner for $10.
Looking for an even better deal? Come on your birthday. You’ll eat for free. Or, if you don’t mind waiting in line with about 5,000 of your neighbors, stop by on the first Wednesday of May, when Joe’s gives away free meals consisting of a sandwich, two sides and a drink.