Clark’s Outpost

101 U.S. 377
Tioga, TX 76271

Phone: (940) 437-2414
Hours: W-Thur 11-9, F-Sat 11-9:30, Sun 11-8:30

Opened 1974
Pitmaster James Hilliard and Steve Gressett
Method Hickory in a gas-fired rotisserie

TMBBQ Rating: 3.5


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Been to this Que joint many times. Rustic atmosphere is very fitting. Brisket has good smoke taste as does the sausage. Ribs are really good. They have home made pies that are wonderful. Just across the highway you can see helicopters landing with local ranchers coming to their favorite BBQ joint.
bob_monroe @ Clark’s Outpost, 2012-11-19 09:46:01
Not as good as it once was but still pretty damn tasty
andrew_imm @ Clark’s Outpost, 2012-10-19 18:55:52
Clark's brisket and Ribs are always good but you have to start out with the quail legs and finish with the chocolate pie.
rafterc4 @ Clark’s Outpost, 2012-10-04 19:35:09
BBQ sauce is great, everything else was dry.
blake_cain @ Clark’s Outpost, 2012-07-22 15:51:04
Had a little brisket sausage combo. Not bad for out of the way but decent BBQ if you're in the area
green_egg_andre @ Clark’s Outpost, 2012-07-15 15:58:46
Used to be worth the hour drive from Dallas but ha really gone down hill! Okay meats but not great!
green_egg_andre @ Clark’s Outpost, 2012-03-23 22:08:41
Excellent . Lean cuts just the way I like brisket ! If you r ever close give it a try .
triplebq @ Clark’s Outpost, 2011-12-29 16:10:31
Pretty Q. Enjoy the ribs and brisket. Homemade pies are exceptional.
greasy_fingers @ Clark’s Outpost, 2011-12-27 21:09:08
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July 11, 2014

In 1974 Warren Clark opened a little barbecue shack in Tioga, Texas, and it didn’t take long before it became the darling of food critics, chefs and celebrities. In 1989, Alan Richman, then writing for People, claimed “Clark produces the best barbecue in Texas, which is something to brag about.” Dallas chef Dean Fearing became a Warren Clark disciple and would ferry visiting chefs to Tioga for a bite of barbecue. Robert Del Grande and Stephan…