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Pitmaster Evan LeRoy’s Barbecue Truck Debuts With Beef Cheeks and Brisket Cookie Sandwiches

With lamb belly and more

Evan LeRoy in front of LeRoy & Lewis
Evan LeRoy in front of LeRoy & Lewis
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Nadia Chaudhury is the editor of Eater Austin covering food and pop culture, as well as a photographer, writer, and frequent panel moderator and podcast guest.

Barbecue trailer LeRoy & Lewis, run by the former pitmaster of Freedmen’s Evan LeRoy, is now open after a mid-March soft open. The barbecue trailer will eventually make way for a barbecue restaurant in the Hill Country next year.

LeRoy focuses on serving unusual meats and cuts than the usual barbecue joint. The soft open menu includes smoked beef cheeks, lamb belly, and brisket cookie sandwiches. Read on for the full list of smoked meat offerings and more.

Before this, the barbecue trailer has been testing out its meats and sides all over the place with many pop-ups, like Salt & Time, tailgates at Olamaie, Brotherton Barbecue, Austin Beerworks, and others.

Rounding out the LeRoy & Lewis team are managing partners Nathan and Sawyer Lewis, who will become LeRoy's brewer and manager respectively.

The barbecue truck’s hours are from 11 a.m. until sold out, Thursday through Sunday.

LeRoy & Lewis’ Soft Open Menu

44 Farms Beef Cheeks
Capra Lamb Belly
Cobb Creek Chickens
Smoked Chicken Salad Sandwich

Collard Greens Slaw
Spring Radishes
Texas Red Chili

Orange Bread Pudding with Buttermilk Ice Cream
Brisket Cookie Sandwich with Peanut Butter Cream

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121 Pickle Road, Austin, TX (512) 956-7757