Fette Sau – Fishtown. It’s a bit more expensive than the average BBQ lunch, especially for a cafeteria style service, but the quality of the ingredients, and the execution of the preparation make up for it. Started out with a 1/2 lb. of Niman Ranch Prime brisket, 1/4 lb. of pulled Duroc pork, 1/4 lb. of Duroc pork belly, one extremely meaty Short Rib, and a large side each of burnt end baked beans and mashed sweet potatoes. Also ordered a couple of half sour pickles to cut the richness. 4 Hawaiian rolls were included gratis. This PROBABLY could have satisfied my family of four, including a 6′ 5″ son. However, we did end up ordering an extra half pound of the brisket (the favorite) which was satisfyingly over the top. Nothing was less than delicious. Service was efficient and friendly (we went during a snowstorm so it wasn’t too busy.) Still had to park three blocks away. Welcome to newly gentrified Fishtown. Atmosphere (like the food) was typically Steven Starr. High end Epcot Center replica of whatever theme is applied. With the exception of the high end drinks, and heritage ingredients, you could be in any god forsaken dusty town forty minutes outside Austin. He’s that good. I hate to admit really enjoying ersatz anything but this guy does fake better than anyone. I have to applaud him.