No one can resist the savory taste of Meyer’s Elgin Sausage. Not even our estranged vegan cousin Gerard Meyer (who, by the way, we recently caught on camera sniffin’ a butcher’s apron). See, our famous restaurant is more than just an eatery. It’s an experience. A place where ‘Cue-topians slap on their bibs, roll up their sleeves and love up that sweet, sweet barbecue. Of course, after four generations of lip-smackin’ know how, it’s no wonder we have people coming back day after day. One look at our menu and you’ll get that “kid-in-a-candy-store” syndrome, too. Items range from traditional turkey that melts in your mouth to exotic Texas sausage flavors that make you wonder if it’s okay to start eating ‘cue for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Overwhelmed by your choices? We recommend the “three-meat combo,” which may include: two links of beef sausage, a couple slices of smoked turkey, two pork ribs, barbecue sauce, German-style potato salad, very spicy beans, a pickle slice, and a medium-sized drink – all for less than $12.00. It’s a hearty meal, with myriad smoky barbecue tastes and textures. Couple all this flavor with our restaurant’s make-yourself-at-home- atmosphere and you can see why a visit to Meyer’s is the ultimate ‘Cue-topian experience.
“Fifty fishin’ folks couldn’t get enough of your sausage. Wives are still washing the grease dripping spots and the guys are still singing your praises.”
- B. Brown, Florida
“We really do make it the same way my grandfather made it.”
- Gregg Meyer
Look for us at 188 US Hwy 290, 24 miles east of Austin. As with any great attraction, they’ve built a McDonalds right next door.