Food trucks and trailers are both a blessing and a curse for would-be barbecue entrepreneurs. On the one hand, they offer a relatively economical way to break into the commercial barbecue business, but on the other hand they are notoriously difficult to maintain and keep running on a regular basis. Just finding a place to post-up on a regular basis can be a challenge.
The Duncan’s, however, have embraced the barbecue truck lifestyle with total commitment, partnering with a local winery in Katy to offer a permanent location for their many followers and loyal customers to easily find them. A brick-and-mortar location is still in the works. They offer a combination of classic and creative dishes combining the best of both CTX and ETX-styles of barbecue. They’ve also made a name for themselves with multiple partnerships with Katy-area restaurants by providing their barbecue for inclusion with menu items like lasagna and ramen.