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At Black's the tea is sweet, the smells are smokey, and the ribs are the size of a man's forearm.
We ordered some Cow ribs with a smoked turkey sandwich, and three pints of sides including baked beans, mac n' cheese, and coleslaw - it was enough to feed a small third world country but you know what they say about Texas!
The smoked turkey sandwich was on par with the ribs and were moist and flavorful. The sides did not disappoint - the mac and cheese had a great creamy consistency and the coleslaw was sweet and offered a great breakup of flavors with all the heaviness going on, the beans were the least favored, I guess I was expecting the traditional bbq baked beans but these were savory and made with larger, thicker beans (they improved with the addition of bbq sauce).
Even though I am a Texas BBQ novice, I am willing to bet that Black's would satisfy any carnivore. You can't go wrong with a beef rib and a side or even a sandwich. It's a great, family oriented atmosphere but it also has enough character to satisfy the younger, hipper demographic