I have recently went back to this awesome Barbecue restaurant, on Bike Night. They have everything Updated to your biker standards. There is Now a 1000 square foot covered Pavillion in the back of the restaurant, where they have the fish fry, the bar and two Stages where musicians perform for your entertainment. The First time I went to bike night, there was gravel on the ground where you have to pull in your bikes and park at. But last week when I went there is now paved parking and a paved driveway! This Place is Growing so quickly! I have seen over 60 bikes attend just in the first 2 hours of Bike Night. Bike Night is one of my Favorite nights for entertainment. Anything from Live Blues Music, to Classic rock, Rock music Hits. Even though there are so many people attending bike night there is plenty of room for Seating, parking, and beer drinking (2.00 a beer! They also have buckets of Beer)\r
All you need to do is park your bike, order a beer then go to the front of the Restaurant and Order the best barbecue you'll ever have, and take it back to the live music, relax, sit back and check out all of the awesome Choppers, Harleys and Cruiser bikes that pull up that night. Eddie and the Boozers and Jimmy Spacek are my favorite bands on Thursday. So if you want to take a great ride on the scenic and uncrowded Southeast side of 1604 Come out! Texas Pride Barbecue has the combination of the very best entertainment, to the very best Texas style barbecue and memorbilia- Tuesday through Saturday.\r
PS- There's a rumor that Kinki Friedman is having a fundraiser benefit at Texas Pride Barbecue for his running for governor. It definately must be the spot in San Antonio, if Kinki is willing to come out!
Pros: Inexpensive, Best Barbecue you'll ever eat, Great Service
Cons: Come Early, Call ahead for Groups over 25