Longhorn Cattle Company Barbecue and Steak Restaurant

3055 W. Expy 83
San Benito, TX 78586

Phone: 956-399-4400
Hours: Tue-€“Sun 11-€“9
Website: www.longhorncattlecompany.com

Method wood

TMBBQ Rating: 2

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Everything around the meat (sauce, beans, slaw, potato salad, banana pudding) was great. Meat, not so much.
BBQ_Snob @ Longhorn Cattle Company Barbeque and Steak Restaurant, 2012-02-26 17:28:35
The ambience is amazing a real Texas deal, ribs are ok but the meat is top notch 8.2 in scale in the overall the place and common tables do invite to stay
icelee72 @ Longhorn Cattle Company Barbeque and Steak Restaurant, 2012-02-19 21:40:28
Just one bit and I left. Turkey taste like turkey ham we can buy @super market and too sweet rib and dry brisket..,,,.
riogailtx @ Longhorn Cattle Company Barbeque and Steak Restaurant, 2011-11-11 14:03:38
Just one bit and I left. Turkey taste like turkey ham we can buy @super market and too sweet rib and dry brisket..,,,.
riogailtx @ Longhorn Cattle Company Barbeque and Steak Restaurant, 2011-11-11 14:03:36
Love this place! Every time I'm in town got to eat this everyday for lunch! Got to eat the baked potato with chopped brisket it's the best spud ever! Banana putting is great desert! They need sweet tea
the_marshall @ Longhorn Cattle Company Barbeque and Steak Restaurant, 2011-07-24 12:03:33
Love this place! Every time I'm in town got to eat this everyday for lunch! Got to eat the baked potato with chopped brisket it's the best spud ever! Banana putting is great desert! They need sweet tea
the_marshall @ Longhorn Cattle Company Barbeque and Steak Restaurant, 2011-07-24 12:03:32
The beans! Oh goodness, the beans! Also the ribs have a very nice rub. This is a S. Tx favorite.
von @ Longhorn Cattle Company Barbeque and Steak Restaurant, 2011-06-20 21:22:09
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Reviews

January 4, 2013

I guess if you have mesquite grilled steaks on the menu in addition to the mesquite smoked barbecue, you feel the need to serve an amuse bouche. A steaming mug of their “world famous” pinto bean soup came to the table along with our drinks. The beans were spicy and very good, as was everything that wasn’t meat. A side of homemade potato salad with plenty of egg and pickles was great. A medium-bodied sauce…

May 21, 2008

Even though the back room is the size of a barn, it has character: rough timber walls and Longhorn skulls. A cup of charro bean soup arrived gratis the minute we sat down, easing our wait for the all-around-good-quality mesquite-smoked meats (chicken and ribs were the best, brisket close behind). A bonus: real china plates and metal utensils.