After doing a head to head between the two. Bludso's one weekend, and the following weekend at Smoke City, I have come to the conclusion that the moist brisket is of much higher juice content than that of Bludso's. The meat was very tender and the smoke ring was just perfect, Bludso's while good did not taste like it had that much TLC. The sides at Smoke City notably the cole slaw and the potato salad were also in a much better category than what Bludso's had to offer. Bludso's beans definitely tasted solid. The term hipster barbeque has now transferred from Brooklyn to LA.......
In fairness I ate at Smoke City around 3:30pm versus 8:00pm, and if Bludso's had that brisket sitting around then the moist factor would be understood.
Go to Smoke City, tasty Texas Q
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