Across the street from the Elgin Antique Mall is Meyer's Elgin Smokehouse. This BBQ has been here for 4 generations starting with Henry Meyer in the late 1800's. Henry immigrated from Germany bringing a recipe with him for delicious sausage. Everyone loved it and the rest is history.
Unfortunately, I was focusing on the Texas beef brisket which is what Texas is known for. I ordered the brisket. I love how they serve it here, on a piece butcher paper with white bread, onions and pickles with a side of coleslaw. The brisket was juicey, tender and very flavorful. Their sauce wasn't my favorite...a tomato base sauce that just didn't tickle my taste buds. Next time, I will try their sausage.