Caroline’s Quality and Quantity Bar-B-Que

320 E. Third
Kountze, TX 77625

Phone: (409) 246-8050
Hours: F-Sat 10:30 - Sold Out (around 5:00)

Opened 2001
Pitmaster Arthur Yarbough
Method Red oak in an offset smoker

TMBBQ Rating: 3.5

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Great folks! Friendly place! Brisket was amazing! Reminded me of my Paw Paw's back yard barbque. Great sauce. Ribs had good flavor but tough. Links had nice flavor but casing was tough and alittle dry. Definitely would go back.
TwistedWoman1 @ Caroline’s Quality and Quantity Bar-B-Que, 2016-03-18 21:22:34
Great folks! Friendly place! Brisket was amazing! Reminded me of my Paw Paw's back yard barbque. Great sauce. Ribs had good flavor but tough. Links had nice flavor but casing was tough and alittle dry. Definitely would go back.
TwistedWoman1 @ Caroline’s Quality and Quantity Bar-B-Que, 2016-03-18 21:22:34
Closed in 2012.
Rick Toumbs @ Caroline’s Quality and Quantity Bar-B-Que, 2013-11-30 00:39:05
just pulled up to the little red house to be greated by a warm smile. the ribs and brisket were to die for along with the homemade rice. my wife had chopped baked potato was so big, she had dinner the next day. the atmosphere was really down home and warming. great bbq!
g_town_s_finest @ Caroline?s Quality and Quantity Bar-B-Que, 2012-10-24 22:53:42
yeah, buddy !
bubbaq @ Caroline’s Quality and Quantity Bar-B-Que, 2011-12-14 10:51:23
Popped in on a long motorcycle ride with my father-in-law and partner in crime. Just as the name states.... If you leave hungry it's your own fault. There are shade trees for napping on the empty lot next door. Friendly folks!
von @ Caroline’s Quality and Quantity Bar-B-Que, 2011-06-20 21:19:28
This place is Awesome! Arthur is a true cook and PITMASTER! The 3 meat plate is the way to go! Also of he has the Cajun rice...get it! This is 1A of the ones I have eaten ever.
bigdaddychilds_ @ Caroline’s Quality and Quantity Bar-B-Que, 2011-10-22 21:56:43
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July 25, 2016

Twenty years ago, Arthur Yarbough’s family was trying to develop a recipe for beef links. Arthur doesn’t sugarcoat his recollections of his older sisters’ attempts: “They wasn’t worth nothing.” So he gave it a try. It took some time and effort, but now Arthur’s beef links are a weekend staple in the small town of Kountze, about thirty minutes north of Beaumont. Arthur and his wife, Caroline, opened the joint in a small building just off the…