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Kreuz Market

619 N. Colorado St. (Park Rd.) Send to Phone
512-398-2361 | Menu
Fragrantly smoked German-style barbecue served with butcher paper and not much else.

Lunch & Dinner Mon.-Sat.
  • Parking lot
  • Dress code: Casual

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Kreuz Market Restaurant Review

: Kreuz Market’s oak-fired pits produce meats worth the 30 to 40 minute drive south of Austin. Fleshy brisket is amazingly tender; the homemade course-ground sausage is spicy and garlicky; and the smoked pork chop rivals any rib around. Don’t ask for barbecue sauce because the joint doesn't make it (and will claim the well-seasoned meat doesn’t need it). Optional garnishes of avocado, yellow cheese and onion slices are as quirky as ever. The cavernous interior, replete with 1950s Americana, is a bit spooky when it's not filled with locals clamoring for barbecue lunches, so dine in large parties or go during peak times to stave off loneliness.


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