City Market

109 Kessler
Schulenburg, TX 78956

Phone: (979) 743-3440
Hours: Sat 8-2
Website: www.citymarketsch.com

Opened 1944
Method Gas-fired Rotisserie and Brick Pits with Oak

TMBBQ Rating: 4

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Had the brisket and pulled pork. Actually received brisket with bark on it. The bark was okay. Both brisket and pulled pork were a little dry. Have driven past here for years, I thought I would stop and try it. I can now say I did and probably won't again.
Mae McKnight @ Red Barn Bar-B-Que, 2015-08-03 17:23:22
Very good fatty brisket: 4.5/5.0 - good smoke ring, very moist and good flavor. Turkey: 4.0/5.0. Pork ribs: 3.75/5.0. Jalapeno cheddar sausage: 3.5/5.0. Very good service.
Jeff Overton @ Hays Co. Bar-B-Que and Catering, 2015-08-02 13:53:57
Trying the brisket and pork ribs
edward duran @ Two Bros. BBQ Market, 2015-08-01 21:38:56
As good as it gets
Bo Williamson @ La Barbecue, 2015-08-01 13:21:44
Second time, still wonderful!
Shea Woodall @ Hashknife on the Chisholm, 2015-08-01 12:05:02
Using this for babb brothers it was i here the other day and now not anyway ordered lean sliced asked twice and he kept slicing from the far side sandwich was decent liked there hot bbq sauce
doug_wallace @ Dave’s BBQ, 2015-07-31 21:31:18
The links are to die for. Great taste! The pork bones are pretty unique and worth a try, especially with the tasty sauce.
George Caflisch @ Gerard’s Barbecue, 2015-07-31 17:40:01
Had the German sausage and moist brisket. German has a nice flavor snd the skin has a good crunch. I personally would prefer a more course texture. Brisket has a good bark, nice flavor. I swiped a rib from my son. It was a little dry from being the end piece. Good flavor.
Mae McKnight @ Back Forty Smokehouse, 2015-07-30 16:31:06
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January 7, 2014

If I had it my way, City Market in Schulenburg would have a warning sign on their barbecue menu: “Pit in use only on Saturday, microwaves the rest of the week.” You see, first and foremost this is a meat market. Making sausage (including weiners) is their biggest business, on the order of five tons per week. Barbecue is secondary, except on Saturday. It had been almost three years since my last visit, which was…