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Pok-e-Jo’s BBQ Great Hills Near the Arboretum



Just off 183 and Great Hills Trail

PoK-e-Jo’s BBQ Great Hills

9828 Great Hills Trail
Austin, TX 78759
Hours 11am-9pm | Every day

About The Great Hills Location

It’s not called Great Hills for nothing. Some say this particular PoK-e-Jo’s is great because we boast not one, but two patios for glorious outdoor dining. Some think it’s the train that runs the entire restaurant carrying such notable passengers (its kid-friendly control box is an excellent motivation for encouraging vegetable eating). It may be because we happen to be the only location with a Hewitt City Limit Population 5247 Sign (don’t tell Hewitt). But what might be the greatest thing about our Great Hills location? We’re a major contributor to the US Space Program – the staff at JJ Pickle Research Center just can’t get enough of us. Stop in and see why.

General Manager

Russell Burrus

Pit Master

Pedro has checked the quality of our meats twice a day, 6 days a week for almost 25 years. He’s loaded a pit over 13,000 times. Enough said.

Most Interesting Tidbit

We’ve got the giant metal cowboy boot from our 5th street store.

Who We Serve

The shopping-weary Arboretum crowd, Renaissance Hotel guests, employees of USAA, Riata Corporate Park, Seton Northwest, Microsoft, the folks of Cedar Park, Grace Covenant and Great Hills Baptist Church, the mighty Trojans of Anderson High, and anyone else who stumbles upon us.

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