Ed’s Smok-N-Q

902 South W.W. White Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78220

Phone: (210) 359-1511
Hours: M 11-7, W-Sat 11-7, Sun 12-7
Website: www.edssmoknq.com

Opened 2009
Pitmaster Chris Ashford
Method Mesquite in an offset smoker

TMBBQ Rating: 3

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Chopped with gravy fantastic
doug_wallace @ Jasper’s Bar-B-Que, 2015-03-30 18:08:27
Brisket had a nice smokey flavor. Sausage had a nice crunch in the casing and good seasoning. Ribs could use more smoke flavor but nice and moist.
Mae McKnight @ McKenzie’s Barbeque, 2015-03-30 18:02:16
Sausage sandwich and a PC of cake she I got the smallest pc and gave me another and didn't charge me for either sausage was fresh spicy and good
doug_wallace @ Mama and Papa B’s Bar-B-Q, 2015-03-30 17:53:47
Had the gut pack with brisket ad german sausage would have been perfect if they had left the pickled onions and jalapeños off like I asked good place will try again
doug_wallace @ Vitek’s Bar-B-Q, 2015-03-30 17:23:01
I stop in here on way back from NE TX to Austin. Great brisket. Just right amount of smoke and tenderness. You will almost always see Kirby in back slicing brisket. You know you are in a place that wants you to taste most flavorful cut when they charge more for lean cut than moist.
Terry r @ Kirby’s Barbeque, 2015-03-30 04:47:07
Their beef sausage is fantastic. Brisket is not too bad either.
Terry r @ Zimmerhanzel’s BBQ, 2015-03-30 04:41:36
I really like the flavor and moistness of the brisket here. Sauce is also great.
Terry r @ Green Mesquite Barbeque and More, 2015-03-30 04:40:37
For some reason the location on the hill does not quite match the food quality on the 2222 lake location.
Terry r @ The County Line, 2015-03-30 04:39:13
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May 13, 2014

A accolade from two years back brought me to this renovated Sonic on the east side of San Antonio. A local media outlet (I don’t recall which one) wrote that Ed’s Smok-N-Q served the best brisket in the city. That claim in San Antonio doesn’t carry quite the weight as the same utterance in Austin, but it’s still noteworthy. In the list of Texas’s largest cities, San Antonio’s barbecue scene has taken the longest to mature (the…