Our local Sequin BBQ spot, Burnt Bean Co., made number 4 on Texas Monthly’s Top 50 BBQ Spots! They calculated the best 50 by having their 32 editorial staffers and three freelancers visit 411 barbecue restaurants over eight weeks. Burnt Bean Co. Barbecue opened only last year, and it’s been a success ever since.
Our local Seguin BBQ spot is home to two pitmasters that use post oak and an offset smoker for cooking the barbecue. The Texas Monthly’s tip for Burnt Bean was to “visit on Sunday mornings, when you can order tacos, barbacoa, menudo, and — drumroll, please — brisket huevos rancheros.” Is your mouth watering already? ‘Cause mine is!
Besides BBQ, the place offers various sides dishes. The most notable are the gently season cowboy beans and the corn pudding. They also have desserts! The Big Red tres leches cake and the chocolate cake with fudgy icing caught the attention of Texas Monthly (and rightly so!).
Find them at 108 South Austin, Seguin. From Thursdays to Saturdays, they’re open from 11 am to 3 pm, and on Sundays, they’re open from 8 am to 3 pm.
Do you know what else Seguin, Texas, is known for? Attractions like the Blue Lotus Winery, our historic downtown district, Max Starcke Park, and Pape Pecan House, and Nutcracker Museum are all that make Seguin feel like home, and now Burnt Bean Co. too!
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