I grew up on brisket back East, but in my 10 years on the Mexico/New Mexico and Texas border I have never had brisket like Mo'z in El Paso. If you prefer lean and drier brisket this aint it, but if you like wet marbled crunchy and crisp; you will lose your mind. The pulled pork was sadly a bore, though cooked perfectly. The pork ribs were perfectly seasoned but dry. The sausage was terrific, as was the sweet potato pie. Service was great and the sides were all perfect. Because they are a smaller joint it might take more than 2 visits to establish infallibility, but twice now the brisket was perfection beyond my wildest dreams. They are on Fred Wilson (right off of US 54 North) and sit next to a terrific hand-washed car wash so it's a must stop in. The last time I was this jazzed by a food, it was after a Nobu chef's tasting menu on Hudson Street in New York City. Wowsville!