Tom and Bingo’s Hickory Pit Bar-B-Que

3006 34th
Lubbock, TX 79410

Phone: 806-799-1514
Hours: Mon-€“Sat 11-€“3:30

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Brisket sandwich was good. And that's all she wrote as there is nothing else (chicken, sausage, turkey, potato salad, etc). Not even my friends who all went to Tech even heard of this place. Scratching my head on such a high TM ranking.
Rahul Yaratha @ Tom and Bingo’s Hickory Pit Bar-B-Que, 2014-09-17 23:21:48
I don't get it. The sandwich was good, but nothing to write home about. No plates on the menu and no ribs. A very disappointing trip.
Rick Toumbs @ Tom and Bingo’s Hickory Pit Bar-B-Que, 2014-07-31 23:48:22
Maybe not the best BBQ in the state but they serve a great sandwich. No hassle menu, friendly service and quick.
Dan Tarver @ Tom and Bingo’s Hickory Pit Bar-B-Que, 2014-02-06 11:09:51
Impressive! The HAM sandwich was MY family's favorite!
Milton Bernal @ Tom and Bingo’s Hickory Pit Bar-B-Que, 2013-11-16 12:51:10
It's a stop any time I take students to Lubbock, and we always enjoy it.
Kyle Baker @ Tom and Bingo’s Hickory Pit Bar-B-Que, 2013-07-19 14:22:07
Best in Lubbock! Great Brisket sandwiches with great sauce. Get two, you will eat both as they are on 4" buns. Small lunch dinner feel with school benches along wall. Best Brisket in Lubbock.
hub_city_horns @ Tom and Bingo’s Hickory Pit Bar-B-Que, 2013-01-11 16:34:30
Must be a brother in law deal for TM. My sandwich was good but nothing special. That being said it does have a good following must be me.
cody @ Tom and Bingo’s Hickory Pit Bar-B-Que, 2012-10-23 20:00:12
always get the "cycle". Not the best BBQ around but never fails to provide a decent meal.
jason_hancock @ Tom and Bingo?s Hickory Pit Bar-B-Que, 2012-08-26 21:16:31
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May 21, 2008

For more than fifty years, this boxy luncheonette has turned out sliced- and chopped-beef sandwiches as good as you’ll ever eat, plus smoked-ham sandwiches and smoked burgers. That’s all, but that’s enough. The brisket, cooked for sixteen to eighteen hours in a well-worn brick pit, is lean and succulent, with a char that crunches slightly. Grill-warmed buns are brushed with a thinner, more red-peppery version of the mild house sauce.