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Lamberts Downtown Barbecue

Lamberts Downtown Barbecue
401 West 2nd Street
Austin TX 78701
512-494-1500
http://www.lambertsaustin.com/
Lamberts Downtown Barbecue is checking classic, modest style barbecue at the door and is embracing modern techniques, adorning its meats with unique glazes and rubs that just work. From brown sugar and coffee-rubbed Natural Black Angus Brisket to fennel and coriander-rubbed, maple-glazed Country Style Pork Ribs, Lamberts is pushing the envelope in all things barbecue. The restaurant is housed in a nineteenth century general store and features live music nightly in the upstairs bar.
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Yelp Reviews
Trolled Yelp and brought my coworkers here. I ordered the boar ribs and they were a great starter to share. I wanted more to share but didn't have enough...
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