San Antonio’s Curry Boys BBQ to hold collaborative pop-up in the barbecue destination of Lockhart

Curry Boys BBQ will hold a collaborative pop-up event in nearby Lockhart. - Instagram / curryboysbbq
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Curry Boys BBQ will hold a collaborative pop-up event in nearby Lockhart.
Everybody relax, curry’s here.

San Antonio's lauded Curry Boys BBQ will hold a collaborative multi-course pop-up with bistro and cocktail bar Little Trouble in the Central Texas town of Lockhart, considered one of the state's premier barbecue destinations.

The event, dubbed "Big Trouble in Little Curry," will take place Saturday, June 19 from 5-8 p.m. Expect a melding of Southeast Asian flavors with smoked meats — a combo familiar to Curry Boys diners.

The evening’s menu will focus on Curry Boys' Southeast Asian curries and expertly-prepared Texas 'cue. Texas-based companies Treaty Oak Distilling, Ranch Rider Spirits and Twisted X Brewing will provide the libations.  

Curry Boys BBQ will hold a collaborative pop-up event in nearby Lockhart. - Instagram / curryboysbbq
Instagram / curryboysbbq
Curry Boys BBQ will hold a collaborative pop-up event in nearby Lockhart.

Tickets for Big Trouble in Little Curry are $60 and include all food and drinks over the course the evening. The dinner will be held at a stunning 1900-era mansion called The Carlisle, located west of downtown Lockhart, at 617 W. San Antonio St.

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Nina Rangel

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