“None other than Jay Leno himself deems Iron Works beef ribs so good that he orders them regularly via Federal Express.”
– Austin’s Favorite Places

“Iron Works wins! Yes, the sauce from the barbecue emporium in Austin, Texas, blew away both its restaurant and its supermarket competition (five of us ranked it as No. 1).
– MSN.com

“The brisket at the Iron Works was one of our favorites – moist and succulent”
– “Best Little Barbecue Place in Texas”, Southern Living

“The beef ribs are mastodon sized: two fisted marvels of tender, juicy beef cloaked in a tangy and smoky sauce”
– Austin American Statesman

“Best barbecue as chosen by our viewers”
– Channel 7 News

“Best barbecue”
– 1993 Restaurant Poll Austin Chronicle

“The beef brisket is top of the line, slow cooked for 16 hours and tender enough to cut with a plastic fork.”
– US News and World Report

“This is the most picturesque barbecue joint in town – and it would be worth a visit even if the brisket weren’t rollen apart tender.”
– Texas Monthly

“I tried Iron Works BBQ’s sauce, from the famed Austin, Texas, eatery, and found religion: a closely held family secret for 25 years, it is perfect slathered on everything from brisket to pulled pig. Can you really put a price on 12 ounces of heaven?”
– Budget Living

“Take home the sauces and seasonings from the Iron Works Barbecue.”
– Southern Living

“George W. Bush voted Iron Works Barbecue one of his favorite places to eat while in the capital city.”
– Time Magazine

“Pork Ribs are deliciously cooked perfectly seasoned, and particularly greaseless.”
– New York Times

“An old tin building nestled against the Austin Convention Center offers Texas Barbecue at it’s best. Go for the succulent ribs, the fall apart brisket, and special recipe sausage. Thousands of customers and fans like Jay Leno, and Leonardo Dicaprio keep it smoking.”
– INSTYLE Magazine

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