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Salt Lick Bar-B-Que

BBQ Joint and Taco Place$$$$
  • Cary L.
    "the breakfast Taco w egg, brisket, cheese & bbq sauce is great!"(23 Tips)
    Shannon S.
    "Bisquits w/ brisket gravy is the best bfast value at ABIA"(59 Tips)
    Allison K.
    "Everything about the pulled pork sandwich is perfect."(9 Tips)
    Diana R.
    "Pulled pork sandwich is as good as everyone says"(21 Tips)
171 Tips and reviews
  • barbecue
  • brisket
  • breakfast tacos
  • sandwiches
  • great value
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  • Clayton M.
    Clayton McLaughlinMarch 19, 2015
    Everything is good. The pulled pork is Texas style covered in BBQ sauce. Brisket was a touch dry, but ask for pieces with a lot of bark. Definitely pick up the dry rub to take home.
  • Sarah C.
    Sarah CreelmanMarch 20, 2014
    Last chance BBQ - If you've somehow managed to travel through Austin, but not had the time to check out Texas BBQ, make sure you check in here! The Beef Brisket sandwich is tasty!
  • Conor M.
    Conor MonganMarch 23, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Really hungry? Ask for no tortillas with your breakfast "taco" and they give you double the ingredients in a bowl. I know it's sacrilegious to get a tortilla-less taco, but hey, I'm a fat kid.
  • Michelle H.
    Michelle HermarkJanuary 23, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    They sell WHOLE BRISKETS to take away with you. If you get one, make sure to also get yourself a little to nosh on the flight. It's one thing to torture your fellow passengers but have some for you.
  • Adam S.
    Adam SnetikerMarch 30, 2014
    If you get a breakfast taco they'll give you whatever you want. The sign says 2 items but everyone gets 3 or 4. Egg, bacon and cheese is most popular, of course!
  • Helena H.
    Helena HounselNovember 4, 2014
    I forgot how HUGE portions were here. Not as big as the Don Juan but comparable in amount of meat! Order the brisket, egg & cheese.
  • T K.
    T KAugust 15, 2011
    One of the best and least expensive places to eat in all the airports I've been too. I've been to a lot. They only have 3-4 items, but they are rock solid. Baja Brisket!
  • Eater
    EaterFebruary 7, 2013
    If you need a quick taste of Texas, the airport's little Salt Lick stand will do-fer-ya. Not to be confused with the Salt Lick Taco Bar.
  • Cindy C.
    Cindy C.November 7, 2015
    The (BBQ) brisket sandwich was by far the best sandwich I've ever had. I took it with me on the plane to have for lunch and the other passengers were literally drooling with the smell! So good!
  • @joe4pres
    @joe4presJuly 11, 2013
    Right up there on the list of great airport food. High quality stuff right here. I'll stop in on arrival if the line is not too long.
  • Ailie C.
    Ailie ChangAugust 10, 2015
    Breakfast tacos are delicious. Get one with brisket and another with pulled pork. Really anything with that Salt Lick sauce is good.
  • Nic M.
    Nic MirandaOctober 24, 2012
    Be sure to ask for BBQ sauce on the side! Although it's delicious, the cooks completely drown the meat in it. All things in moderation, right?
  • Eric V.
    Eric VenkerDecember 11, 2014
    Great for airport food, but it can't be in the same conversation as some of the Austin bbq monsters. You'll pay more than you want, as expected for the airport.
  • Aaron S.
    Aaron StroutAugust 15, 2011
    Great atmosphere. And here's a tip: order by the pound versus "family style." That way, you can add smoked turkey and chicken and/or beef ribs to your feast.
  • keith
    keithSeptember 6, 2013
    Skip the breakfast sausage wrap and do for the breakfast tacos if you want eggs. The sausage wrap is just a dog like sausage wrapped in a small tortilla. Lazy!
  • Dave H.
    Dave HotchkissApril 27, 2014
    The brisket was dry. It wasn't bad overall, but after a few days of excellent BBQ around Austin it's also not the flavor you want to leave in your mouth compared with fresh from a smokehouse.
  • Damian B.
    Damian BayonaMay 14, 2016
    🎧 Always and forever, each flight out with you, it seems like a dream to me, that somehow you knew 🎧 Seriously, what other restaurant would make your sing like that (😍🎤🌮)
  • The Wall Street Journal
    The Wall Street JournalJanuary 16, 2014
    More than 55 tons of brisket sold at this location of the Salt Lick in 2013. Chase it with Amy's Mexican vanilla ice cream. Read more
  • Nik N.
    Nik NadolskiMarch 17, 2014
    Best airport food in The States. Be sure to get the brisket & sausage platter... You won't be disappointed.
  • Danielle H.
    Danielle HohmeierApril 13, 2015
    Some of the best BBQ I've ever had... And it's in an airport. Love the buns on the sandwiches. Line moves quickly.
  • Marty Y.
    Marty YawnickNovember 12, 2011
    Great Bar-B-Q and excellent airport food. The sliced brisket was very tender & delicately smokey. Lives up to the airport chow hype.
  • Wael H.
    Wael HazzaziApril 19, 2016
    They have tacos near the entrance and if you want bbq ribs or briskets just walk further to their actual place
    meniscuszine.comAugust 7, 2012
    The chopped brisket sandwich is packed with smoky beef chunks and smothered with a lightly peppery sauce that helped bring out the taste of the meat. —WC
  • Jess B.
    Jess BarronOctober 20, 2012
    If you're leaving Austin (or arriving), get the brisket sliders. They are delicious and the bread is so soft.
  • Giovanni C.
    Giovanni CaporicciJune 22, 2013
    Great bbq tacos in unique flavors. Good deal for $3.99 each. Go for broke and order all four!!
  • James F.
    James FisherAugust 9, 2014
    Great BBQ and outdoor seating. Good with a group of people. Try some of everything!
  • Brass Tacks Events
    Brass Tacks EventsJanuary 11, 2012
    Prices are ridiculous. $12 for sandwich & side!! $2.25 for a small candy bar!! Huge abuse of travel-weary folks. If u can't bring ur own food & drink thru security, there should price controls
  • Anirban C.
    Anirban CAugust 21, 2014
    The breakfast tacos with BBQ sauce don't completely erase the pain of an early morning flight, but they help. A lot.
  • Leonardo D.
    Leonardo De La RochaMarch 11, 2013
    Get a scoop of the Green Chili Pulled Pork on a bed of cabbage. no need to waste those calories on a sub-par flour tortilla. (No corn tortilla option)
  • Scott E.
    Scott EdwardsMay 11, 2011
    Try the Loaded Baked Potato. It's not on the menu, but it's awesome. Sour cream, cheese, brisket, and BBQ sauce. Yum!
  • tricia w.
    tricia wangMarch 15, 2011
    If You just want to want eat meat, ask for 3oz brisket $4! Ask for fattier cut for the most yummy BBQ brisket ever!
  • Shelby H.
    Shelby HallOctober 13, 2013
    Finally, good airport food. Breakfast tacos are filling & fresh & seriously you only need one.
  • Marty Y.
    Marty YawnickNovember 12, 2011
    Be nice to the folks on your flight. Enjoy your bar-b-q at the airport. Please don't get it to go and then torture people around you with the great smokey aroma.
  • Daniel M.
    Daniel McDonoughMarch 16, 2015
    The brisket sandwich combo is the right size where you won't feel like crap before getting on a plane.
  • Kitjer
    KitjerNovember 8, 2010
    Potato w/ chopped brisket is the value winner. Add sausage for a little extra and eat as much as on the more expensive plates or sandwiches.
  • Saundra
    SaundraMarch 6, 2012
    crazy cafeteria style set-up threw me for a loop first time but the BBQ is probably some of the best!
  • Aaron T.
    Aaron TerryOctober 23, 2011
    Great Group outing ... make an afternoon out of it and bring a cooler of beverages along with you.
  • Aaron C.
    Aaron CacaliMay 14, 2014
    If you're spending time at the Austin airport, The Salt Lick or The Salt Lick Taco Bar are THE places to eat.
  • Zac S.
    Zac SniderJanuary 2, 2013
    Start your Austin experience off right. Personal favorite BBQ stop. There is another location a little out of town.
  • Richard Z.
    Richard ZimermannDecember 14, 2012
    Don't leave Austin without eat a brisket plate with bread.
  • Rick M.
    Rick MontgomeryAugust 1, 2014
    Brisket is awesome as advertised. I really liked their barbeque sauce.
  • Allison K.
    Allison KasicOctober 7, 2014
    Everything about the pulled pork sandwich is perfect. And it is HUGE!
  • Dustin L.
    Dustin LeeNovember 19, 2014
    $54.95 for brisket to take home with you. If you can resist not devouring it during your flight
  • Laura C.
    Laura ChanMay 8, 2012
    The Salt LickEpisode: Bar-B-QueDuff Goldman & Bobby Flay / BBQ Combo Plate and BBQ Beef RibsAustin, TX
  • Sunshine B.
    Sunshine BakerSeptember 23, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    The best barbecue I've ever had, it's just as good at the airport as at their original location!
  • Widgeon H.
    Widgeon HollandMarch 5, 2013
    The breakfast taco is a total bargain for under four bucks. Don't waste your time with egg. Go for brisket and potato.
  • Jamie L.
    Jamie LocklinOctober 10, 2014
    Great BBQ. Sandwiches are fantastic. Sauce is to die for.
  • Steven T.
    Steven ThibodeauNovember 22, 2011
    Love the Brisket at the airport...or go caveman and just ask for a plate of meat.
  • Dan M.
    Dan MancoOctober 29, 2011
    Pro tip - if it's not busy, ask nicely for them to wrap up your sandwich in foil for easy transport.
  • Meri W.
    Meri WilliamsOctober 8, 2014
    Brisket sandwich is the best thing ... Get one to take on your flight :)
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