For months now, every Sunday morning folks have lined up in lawn chairs in front of a small aluminum food truck. What were they patiently waiting in line for? Bryant Bain’s Texas-style barbecue.
Tender brisket, meaty fall-off-the-bone ribs and Instagram-worthy “Dino” beef ribs are just a few of the items that have created an almost cult-like following for Bain Barbecue.
Bain Barbecue debuted March 28. The new food truck originally was parked at the corner of Central Avenue and was open only on Sunday. Initially, service would start at 11 a.m. and, on most days, the barbecue was sold