Curly’s Carolina, TX Barbeque

112 Main St.
Round Rock, TX 78664

Phone: (512) 537-9227
Hours: Tues-W 11-2, Thur-Sat 11-7, Sun 11-5
Website: www.curlyscarolinatx.com
Twitter: @CurlysBBQ
Facebook: www.facebook.com/CurlysPerfectPig

Opened 2013
Pitmaster Jay Yates and John Brotherton
Method oak and pecan in an indirect heat pit

TMBBQ Rating: 3.75

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This place is delightful change up for Texas Cue, I liked the brisket the best out of turkey and pulled pork.
@ The Granary ’Cue and Brew, 2015-02-27 21:58:52
Lamb Ribs and leave, top it off With six pack of Dos Equis, then get back to doing cowboy shit.
@ Gonzales Food Market, 2015-02-26 20:48:48
Ribs and brisket will not disappoint, sausage was pretty soggy, topped off with a Lonestar, please none of the snooty shit, this place gets a 8.
@ City Market, 2015-02-26 19:22:36
Ribs and brisket will not disappoint, sausage was pretty soggy, topped off with a Lonestar, please none of the snooty shit, this place gets a 8.
@ City Market, 2015-02-26 19:22:34
Starting to get full...pea salad and brisket are a 7
@ Luling Bar-B-Q, 2015-02-26 18:58:52
The best pit presentation I've been to, peppered sausage and brisket are the best on their menu.
@ Kreuz Market, 2015-02-26 18:26:27
Sausage is the best I have ever had, I bought $100 worth to take home, brisket and ribs are marginal, the wistful value of the smoke pits is out of this world.
@ Smitty’s Market, 2015-02-26 17:25:04
Everything here is good, sausage was a little greasy, spare ribs looked dry but they were packed with flavor, brisket was text book Texas style...
@ Black’s Barbecue, 2015-02-26 16:17:02
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Reviews

December 17, 2013

John Brotherton and Jay Yates seemed headed in different directions in the barbecue business until they found a way to work together. Both started with their own food trucks. John ran Hall of Flame BBQ in Pflugerville, but it closed earlier this year. Jay was successful enough with Curly’s Perfect Pig that he decided to make a move into a permanent building in downtown Round Rock. After John had shut down Hall of Flame he traveled…