Dozier’s Has Been Making Traditional Texas Barbecue for 63 Years. Under New Pitmaster Jim Buchanan, It’s Even Better.

Dozier’s Has Been Making Traditional Texas Barbecue for 63 Years. Under New Pitmaster Jim Buchanan, It’s Even Better.

doziers-bbqJim and Colleen Buchanan have been smacked down by the restaurant industry more than once. The couple’s first barbecue operation was supposed to open in Houston in 2018. They rushed to finish the kitchen for an August opening, then watched helplessly as all that work was submerged under the floodwaters of Hurricane Harvey. The restaurant never opened. Persevering, Jim partnered with the Houston bar Lucky’s Lodge for recurring pop-ups to bide his time until an opportunity for a new restaurant presented itself. The Buchanans moved to Galveston and opened Buck’s there last August, but were forced to close less than six months later. It was a large restaurant that simply didn’t bring in enough revenue to cover the high overhead. The day after the Buchanans closed…View Original Post

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