The Witt Pit BBQ

2516 1st St.
Rosenberg, TX 77471

Phone: (832) 759-5182
Hours: Tues-Sat 11-8

Opened 2015
Pitmaster Randy Witt
Method Live oak in an offset smoker

TMBBQ Rating: 4


Comments from our joint finder app.
Moist brisket, but not fatty. Great favor, but not too intense. Adequate sauce, although no sauce needed on brisket. Sauce did not cover up flavor of meat when used. Good sides, but the brisket stole the show. Interesting peach cobbler, and tasted better than it looked (was packaged). Would highly recommend.
billyjeffers1845 @ The Witt Pit BBQ, 2016-09-24 19:14:25
Sorry hit done too early. Other than that, the moist fell apart and didn't need any Bbq sauce. Lean was juicy and not dried out. Both had good smoke ring and bark. Tasted fabulous. The Bbq sauce has good taste to it. Not too sweet. Not too vinegary. Just right but I used sparingly since not necessary. For sides I had Mac and cheese which I think is velveeta cheese based and very thick. Very good. The Coke slaw is one of the best I've had. Peppery. Crunchy. A little sweet. Perfect. All in all 5 out of 5 for sides, 4 out of 5 for brisket. I've taken turkey and chicken home for dinner and will let you know how those were. If southwest of houston, don't miss this place.
Terry r @ The Witt Pit BBQ, 2016-04-20 19:21:36
On my way to middle of nowhere El Campo and saw this gem on TM app with a 4.0 score. Seen this before and hit or miss on some high scoring places. Well I can say this is a 4.0 out 5 definitely. I would have scored it a 4.5 but the beautifully peppered crust of the moist had way too much salt on the bark. Also some fat not rendered between the bark and the meat to point of some being 1/4" thick. 1/16" is okay but more that that and just takes fatty.
Terry r @ The Witt Pit BBQ, 2016-04-20 19:16:44
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March 14, 2016

Randy Witt bet on a cursed location in the small town of Rosenberg for his first restaurant. He had run a successful catering business with his wife, Shauna for sixteen years before jumping into the restaurant business. “This building has been a barbecue joint for thirty years,” Witt told me, but the name changed often as new owners would rotate in, at least three within the past four years. Now Randy and Shauna are trying to change all…