TMBBQ Rating: 2.5
226 W. Bitters Rd.
My first time to Miller's Smokehouse. The sausage is outstanding (4.8/5.0), Chicken (4.5/5.0), Ribs (4.3/5.0) and Brisket (4.3/5.0) are all very good and the desserts are out of this world - we had Hurricane cake, Southern Pecan Praline cake, apple cobbler and home made cookies.
Great place! Brisket was solid. Try the slaw and broccoli salad. When you order jalapeño sausage you expect heat, they have it. Definitely a top 50 in my book.
You have to know how it works to order. They will move you along. Good moist brisket. Nice and salty like the beans. Pork rib was good as well. Lacking some smoke.
I really enjoyed this place it reminds me of the 183 Flat Country Store, sausage was the best of ribs, and brisket.
Love this place! Close to home and serves up quality meat with great smoke, flavor and ambience. Clean, organized and great Texas music to make you feel right at home.
Lined up at 1230 and already sold or of everything but links... Maybe next time!
I know these guys catch a lot of flack for "institutional" BBQ, but I always find their moist brisket consistently yummy and really like their spicy sausage. Good prices and always friendly employees, too!
Chopped beef sandwich was below par and pork ribs were a 6.5 out of ten. Not sure how this one made the list
226 W. Bitters Rd.
1855 W. Comal
Sun-Thur 8:30-8:30, Fri & Sat 8:30-9
902 South W.W. White Rd.
M 11-7, W-Sat 11-7, Sun 12-7
7300 Jones Maltsberger Rd.
M-Thur 11-10, F-Sat 11-11, Sun 11-5
311 Saint Lawrence
Open Mon-Sat 8-7. Closed Sun.
2334 N St Mary's St.
3055 W. Expy 83
9913 U.S. 59N.
Sun-Thur 10-6, Fri & Sat 10-7:30.
1202 E. Juan Linn
Tue-Thur 11-7, Fri 11-8, Sat 11-6
213 S Nixon Ave.
M-F 10-7:30, Sat 10-6
417 W Van Buren Ave.
Tues-Thur 11-3, F 11-3 & 7-10, Sat 11-3
3714 Broadway St.
501 E San Patricio Ave
M 9-2, Tue-Thur 9-7, F-Sat 9-8
602 Avenue A
San Antonio TX 78215
320 S. Alamo Rd.
Mon-Sat 11-9, Sun 11-5
12656 West Ave.
Mon-Sat 10:30-8:30, Sun 11-7
2648 I-37 (exit 65)
2404 Southmost Rd.
Sat & Sun 5:30 am till meat runs out