Brooks’ Place

18020 FM 529
Cypress, TX 77433

Phone: 832-893-1682
Hours: Wed-€“Sat 11-€“7, Sun 11-€“5
Website: brooksplacebbq.com
Twitter: @BrooksPlaceBBQ

Opened 2009
Pitmaster Trent Brooks
Method Red oak, pecan, hickory, and mesquite; indirect-heat pit
Pro Tip Look for the Ace Hardware sign; you'll never see the trailer.

TMBBQ Rating: 4.25

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Gun centric theme is pretty funny; BBQ is pretty meh. Brisket super dry and inconsistent; not a fan of not being able to pick whether want fat trimmed or not. Ribs solid. Got potato salad and were out of all else; it was fine. Houston is so big you really really want to come here otherwise save a ultra far drive.
Rahul Yaratha @ Brooks’ Place, 2016-12-16 22:30:04
Great fatty brisket and the ribs were outstanding today. Jalepeno sausage had a great bite but was a bit overcooked for my taste
paul_umlove @ Brooks’ Place, 2016-02-05 19:35:25
Some of the best ribs I've had
texrgc @ Brooks’ Place, 2016-02-04 17:43:06
Have Trent make you a "BEVO" .. Sausage and fatty sliced beef sandwich HOOK EM!!
paul_umlove @ Brooks’ Place, 2016-01-29 14:09:17
Great brisket, sausage and even between ribs! I will go back because of the support of the second amendment if for nothing else!
jimbo @ Brooks’ Place, 2016-01-21 18:49:12
The brisket was fatty and not rendered well, sausage a little dry, ribs were above average and pulled pork was by far the highlight of the meal. Sides were good too. All in all the pulled pork was worth the trip but don't think I would order the other meats again if I go back.
cvalen9 @ Brooks’ Place, 2015-12-16 21:53:02
Tried the 4 meat plate with Brisket, pork ribs, pulled pork & sausage. My sides were creole okra and garlic potatoes.
cvalen9 @ Brooks’ Place, 2015-12-16 21:49:47
Awesome!
clay_&_jenny_jackson @ Brooks’ Place, 2015-06-06 16:49:00
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May 14, 2013

Trent Brooks was working as a materials specialist for a gas-compression company when a supervisor, who knew of Brooks’s talent as a part-time pitmaster, referred him to an ad on Craigslist for a $12,000 mobile smoker. Brooks negotiated the price down to $4,500, and the rest, as they say, is Houston barbecue history. Brooks quit his day job and set up his smoker in an Ace Hardware parking lot in the nether regions of Cypress,…