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In 1967, a new barbeque restaurant called the Brisket House was opened on Pierce Street , near downtown Houston . It was a new venture for the grandsons of Greek Immigrant, H.D. Pappas, and the start of a restaurant company that would grow significantly over the next 40 years.
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Pappas Bar-B-Q offer high quality meats, spice rubbed and slow-smoked in a secret wood blend. Our barbecue is served fresh from the pits all day.
Although it has the most nondescript setting of all the Pappas enterprises, this 1967 original outpost remains a favorite because of its tender meat offerings. Loyal fans and downtown office workers especially chow down on what are arguably the city's best slow-cooked brisket, sausage and pork ribs. These standards are joined on the chopping block with house favorites like ham, turkey and...
Although it's the most nondescript setting of all the Pappas enterprises, this 1967 original remains one of the favorites because of the tender meat. Loyal fans and downtown office workers, especially, love to chow down on what are…
Muy rrica la comida me encanta ir con la famili xq hay comida q les encanta amis hijos
Pulled pork sandwich was on point. Cole slaw was satisfying enough and a nice contrast to the sandwich in texture, temperature, and flavor. Cheesecake...
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