Hitch-N-Post BBQ

1880 FM 350 S.
Livingston, TX 77351

Phone: 936-967-0161
Hours: Tue-€“Wed 10:30-€“3, Thur-€“Sat 10:30-€“6:30

Opened 2009
Pitmaster Billy Ray Nelson
Method Red and white oak, pecan, and hickory; indirect-heat pit
Pro Tip Some of the Texas tchotchkes are for sale.

TMBBQ Rating: 4

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Spare ribs were good.
brad_g. @ Off The Bone BBQ, 2015-03-29 00:10:27
First time and the slaw is AWSOME!
Ted hindes @ Off The Bone Barbeque, 2015-03-28 18:35:34
Arrived hungry, left with a hand cart (actually 2 lbs. of brisket & 2 lbs of pulled pork...maybe to share with my friends back home. "This is what real barbecue is!') While I was picking up my order I woofed down the pulled pork sandwich. Each bite was moist & smoked to perfection. I also had the smoked collard greens...I wish they sold these in the grocery store. The greens were done just right. Not over cooked to soggy mush, but with a slight crunch with a little pulled pork to boot. I'll be sure to visit when I'm back. I love this place.
Joe Ashbaugh @ The Granary ’Cue and Brew, 2015-03-28 16:59:54
Excellent brisket, flavorful and great tenderness.
Gabe sheffy @ Smitty’s Market, 2015-03-27 15:04:53
Good bbq. Nice side dishes. Friendly staff.
jeff hodges @ Soda Springs Bar-B-Q, 2015-03-26 19:18:41
good thing the meat is superb, because I'm not a fan of the sauce
Stephen Powell @ Louie Mueller Barbecue, 2015-03-25 19:26:45
Pork ribs are superb. Brisket was a little dry. Ribs don't need sauce which is a good thing because the sauce isn't good. Lockhart slaw has a kick and is ok. Bbq beans are fair. Overall pretty good. Glad I came but won't make any special trips back.
bbq-kel @ Lockhart Smokehouse, 2015-03-25 18:13:50
Rudys BBQ seems to be the most consistent BBQ in Waco. Moist brisket and sausage is always good. Several places to eat BBQ in Waco but always hit or miss.
Jason Holder @ , 2015-03-25 12:38:45
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May 15, 2013

Billy Ray Nelson is the former sheriff in these parts, but he had always dreamed of making real-deal barbecue his full-time gig once he retired. His wish came true four years ago, and boy, is that a good thing for the rest of us. Situated in a wide-open field on FM 350 and marked with a couple of banners (one sporting the joint’s name, the other advertising a ribeye special and what looked to be…