Gonzales Food Market

311 Saint Lawrence
Gonzales, TX 78629

Phone: 830-672-3156
Hours: Open Mon-€“Sat 8-€“7. Closed Sun.
Website: gonzalesfoodmarket.net

TMBBQ Rating: 4


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Love this place for their sausage and the memories of coming here as a child. Sausage is great (just remember to squeeze the grease out) muton is great as well. The sides are nothing special but I don't come here for those..... just the sausage.
Woodwill Smokers @ Gonzales Food Market, 2017-02-18 23:57:03
Had some really tasty sausage and great brisket I'll be good for another 2 weeks
@ Gonzales Food Market, 2016-11-20 06:29:13
Have spent the last 3 weeks in Bay City where they have no idea what central Texas BBQ taste like.
@ Gonzales Food Market, 2016-11-20 06:27:14
I have been coming here since I was a child and by far this is my favorite Sausage. That is all I usually get sausage bread and sauce. You can just dip bread in the sauce and eat it like that. My mother always told me about the lamb ribs and I finally tried them. A little fatty but very tender and good. One tip, squeeze the grease out of the sausage if you don't get the dry ones.
Woodwill Smokers @ Gonzales Food Market, 2016-08-22 02:36:37
Love this place. Great BBQ all around
David Monasmith @ Gonzales Food Market, 2015-09-16 16:43:37
I had brisket and ribs with liberal amounts of onion and pickle. As always solid and a must stop when in Gonzales.
Jeff Messer @ Gonzales Food Market, 2015-07-22 01:13:18
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
Brisket was pretty bad. Weird flavor and was dry. Poorly cut also. Ribs were ok. Plain with a slight smoke. Sausage was good.
jeff means @ Gonzales Food Market, 2013-12-20 21:17:09
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April 7, 2009

The Food Market on the historic square of Gonzales is part BBQ joint and part convenience store. Pass through the glass door and you’ll hear a hum of activity as you walk toward the large glass-faced cases that display the plethora of smoked meats available. Behind the counter to take your order will most likely be Richard Lopez, the third-generation owner. (A great oral history of the joint from Mr. Lopez himself can be found…