Sausage made in Texas
Nobody can withstand the savory style of Meyer’s Elgin Sausage. Not even our estranged vegan cousin Gerard Meyer (who, incidentally, we recently caught on camera sniffin’ a butcher’s apron). See, our popular restaurant is much more than simply an eatery. It’s a personal experience. A location where ‘Cue-topians slap on the bibs, retract their sleeves and love up that sweet, sweet barbecue. Needless to say, after four generations of lip-smackin’ understand how, it is no wonder we have people coming back every single day. One check our menu and you’ll get that “kid-in-a-candy-store” syndrome, too. Things range between old-fashioned turkey that melts away within mouth to unique Texas sausage flavors that produce you wonder if it is okay to begin eating ‘cue for morning meal, lunch and dinner.
Overwhelmed by the choices? We recommend the “three-meat combo, ” that might include: two links of beef sausage, several slices of smoked turkey, two chicken ribs, barbecue sauce, German-style potato salad, really spicy beans, a pickle slice, and a medium sized beverage – all at under $15.00. It’s a hearty dinner, with variety smoky barbeque tastes and designs. Few all this work taste with our restaurant’s make-yourself-at-home- environment and you may understand why a call to Meyer’s is the ultimate ‘Cue-topian experience.