Since the opening of Lino’s BBQ in Spring 2017, it has become a lot easier to take a culinary trip to Texas when a sudden hankering for barbecue hits. A little off the beaten path for some lovers of hot smoked meat specialties, the restaurant in the heart of Wedding is worth the trip. At Lino’s you’ll only find meat of the highest quality — smoked for up to 13 hours in a custom-made pit. Once ready, they shine as the main attraction in scrumptious sandwiches or in combination with a variety of side dishes. Thanks to the fine selection of beverages, from soft drinks and spirits to Brewbaker Pilsner and IPA on tap, your thirst won’t go unquenched here either. (Text: Fabian Dietrich / Fotos: Lino’s BBQ)
Fabian Dietrich has lived in Berlin since 2008. He is a fashion designer and a passionate cook, and runs the food blog About Fuel.