Barbecue and live music: that's what Austin does. And that's what W2O does 8 years running. This year, we're at the Historic Scoot Inn, and we'll be featuring barbecue from Terry Black's and music to be announced.
Date: Saturday, March 11, 2017
Time: 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Place: Historic Scoot Inn (1308 East 4th Street, Austin, TX 78702)
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About Historic Scoot Inn
In 1865,former slaves from Tennessee, Georgia and Mississippi flocked to the Lone Star State, many of them making their way to Austin. Two brothers, Sam & Raiford Mason, were among the first to settle on the east side of Austin setting up a community that eventually became Masontown. In 1871, when the railroad came to Austin, Sam & Nancy Wilson opened a community grocery/mercantile store right next to the tracks. From bootlegging to gambling, and everything in between, the little store was known as a place you could get anything you might need – legal or otherwise. Fast forward to 1955, when Aubrey Ivy (affectionately nicknamed “Scoot”) and his wife Hattie Ivy bought the store and changed the name to Scoot Inn. The name stuck, and it’s been known as Scoot Inn ever since. Scoot Inn has played a role in all sorts of endeavors over the years but has mainly been known as a saloon for the majority of it’s history.
About Terry Black's
A legendary, old-school, Texas BBQ experience, done to a T. Born and raised in Lockhart, Texas, Terry Black passed down generations of barbecue knowledge learned from his experience in the Lockhart BBQ scene. His twin sons Michael and Mark Black bring their very own style of central Texas BBQ from Lockhart to Terry Black's Barbecue in Austin and now to you and your family to enjoy!