The decor is mostly wood and stone, with lots of cowboy pictures and memorabilia lining the walls. The smoky, extra-spicy sauce is what makes most of the mediocre barbecue bearable here. But the ribs are moist, juicy and tasty, making the All You Can Eat Ribfest ($15.99) on weekends the best deal going.
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Thirty-five years ago I was a twinkle in my mother's eye, and Gabby's BBQ had just begun serving up classic fare to hungry Houstonians. Three and a half decades later, they are thriving and challenging daily that careless assertion ...
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