The owners of artisan bread bakery The Kneaded Bread have ventured into the realm of barbecue with this Southern and Midwestern eatery. Mouthwatering smoky brisket, pulled pork-and-coleslaw sandwiches, Texas no-bean chili, and heaping sides of collard greens and house-cut fries make for a bring-a-big-appetite meal. Ice tea in take-home mason jars and meals served on tin trays are just a few down-home touches that make this restaurant a homey winner. Open for lunch and dinner seven days a week.
Best Brisket 2006. Tasting smoke may sound like an odd food experience (especially to us Yankees) but any Southerner worth his or her charming accent knows that smoky flavor is a key attribute of authentic Texas brisket. At Q, the brisket is done just right via a Southern Pride-smoker and sharply sweet barbecue sauce. Don't be ashamed if you find yourself licking your fingers--eating real barbecue is a messy business!