A Little Update

Photos by Robb Walsh
Back in May 2003, in a sidebar titled “A Dozen Brisket Sandwiches,” we offered a guide to the best Black East Texas Barbecue around Houston.

One of our favorites was Little's BBQ trailer. Since that article appeared, Little moved his trailer from the former location to a new spot outside a home improvement store on highway 519 in Dickinson, the road that links I-45 and San Leon.

A recent spot check of Little's brisket sandwich proved that nothing has changed--except the portion got bigger.

Little's trailer is generally out between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. weekdays and Saturdays. But if you don't see him when you drive by, Little says, you should stop by his house on Avenue D -- everybody else does. And yes, he does have some of those t-shirts for sale. – Robb Walsh

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