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Granzin Bar-B-Q

Recommandé par 4 habitants · Prix estimé 1 sur 4 ·

Conseils des habitants

Lori
Lori
May 15, 2016
Where the locals hang out and best sweet tea in town!
Kelly And Larry
Kelly And Larry
July 21, 2014
BBQ...need I say more? walking distance.
Laura
Laura
January 1, 2013
So good. Get some barbecue at the drive-thru window, then picnic in Landa Park. Be sure to order a tea. Closed Sundays (which I always forget until I get down there).
Ashley
Ashley
November 12, 2021
Granzin breakfast taco, green beans, banana pudding and all the Bar-B-Q

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660 West San Antonio Street
New Braunfels, Texas 78130
Téléphone+1 830-629-6615