Cotten’s Barbecue – CLOSED

226 W. Bitters Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78216

Phone: (210) 403-2277
Hours: CLOSED
Website: www.cottensbarbecue.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/Cottens.Barbecue.SanAntonio

Opened 2013
Method Gas-fired Rotisserie with Mesquite

TMBBQ Rating: 2.5

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Brisket, ribs, and brisket sandwich were all delicious. You gotta try the cheesecake also. It all gets better each time we come by.
Gene White @ Naaman’s Championship BBQ, 2015-07-01 00:57:56
Nice brisket and sausage. Portion kid of small for price charged.
KC Moreland @ Miller’s Smokehouse, 2015-06-30 22:16:25
Such good BBQ! If you drive through Belton, stop by. It is a must stop driving down I-35.
Bryan Daniel @ Miller’s Smokehouse, 2015-06-30 22:14:40
Great brisket sandwich! Love the spot devil egg appetizer
Christiane Wartell @ Lamberts Downtown Barbecue, 2015-06-30 17:29:10
Brisket and Rib plate was very good. Brisket have a nice bark and great smoke flavor. Ribs had a nice smoke ring and were cooked perfectly. Tender but didn't just slide off of the bone. Sides would be my only complaint but the meat was so good, I didn't eat much of the sides. Wendy, our waitress, was awesome!
Caleb Barnett @ joe allen's, 2015-06-29 22:45:54
Smoked turkey and a spicy kielbasa both good love this old place
doug_wallace @ Riscky’s Barbeque & Deli, 2015-06-29 17:56:12
Outstanding brisket! Ribs were below average but I would put the brisket up there with the best. Mac and cheese was great... Pretty much all the sides were good
kyle craven @ The Slow Bone, 2015-06-28 17:56:12
Brisket and ribs were amazing! My girl was a bit let down they were out of sausage and lean brisket but that just left more of the fatty stuff on the table for me!
Adam Murray @ City Meat Market, 2015-06-27 19:49:28
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September 10, 2013

Update: This joint is permanently CLOSED. 2013: This is the second in a dual review. It’s rare to find two barbecue joints with food so similar to one another, but Cotten’s Catering in Calallen and Cotten’s Barbecue in San Antonio are nearly dead ringers. It all goes back to 1947 when Joe Cotten starting selling barbecue in Robstown just south of Corpus Christi. The joint was host to presidents and celebrities and was one of…