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  • TMI Weekly
  • "Father's Day: BBQ with Dad"
  • People Magazine
  • "The best pork ribs I had anywhere were at The Salt Lick in Driftwood."
  • Gentleman’s Quarterly
  • "You enjoy the finest dining in Texas at The Salt Lick."
  • Southern Living
  • "This is where we would go if we could visit only one place."
  • Wall Street Journal
  • "We had a wonderful time; the Pavilion is a perfect setting, and the food was excellent. The brisket was, as we say in New York, ‘Like buttah!’…and that cobbler…best I ever had!"
  • Cuisine Magazine
  • "When it comes to Texas barbecue, the one place you need to go is The Salt Lick. You’ll sit at long tables with people you just met and eat the best brisket, chicken, and sausage to be had in Texas. It doesn’t get any more authentic than The Salt Lick… with their friendly service and great food."
  • Texas Monthly
  • "In Texas, two things rate on the same scale as religion. One is football: the other is barbecue…(and) The Salt Lick comes close to heaven."
  • Boston Magazine
  • "…for authentic barbecue, head to The Salt Lick in nearby Driftwood"
  • Texas Times
  • "The wildly successful Salt Lick embodies the mystique that surrounds Texas Barbecue."
  • Austin American Statesman
  • "This rustic spot in Driftwood still gets my nomination for the best all-around barbecue experience, with piled high platters of brisket, sausage and ribs and sides…"
  • Everyday with Rachel Ray
  • "Tasters were hooked on this (barbecue) sauce...its smoky, smooth flavor made one judge say, ‘I could drink this!"
  • Forbes Life
  • "The flavors – sweet, tangy, smoky, salty, meaty – melt together in a heady, sensuous overload."
  • Brownward Palm Beach New Times
  • "The brisket's commingled meatiness and fattiness and smokiness overwhelms the mouth, and then it's gone -- too tender to last more than a chew or three." Link to Article
  • ALLBALL NBA Blog
  • "For my 30th birthday I got some Salt Lick BBQ, so yeah, I’d call it about a tie. Happy birthday D-Wade." (Salt Lick is like a $230,000 McLaren sportscar). Link to Article