Introducing Fire Craft BBQ! Join us in our pursuit of the finest quality pit-smoked and fire-roasted meats available anywhere. You can sample a wide variety of naturally seasoned and cured meats, patiently slow-smoked, and roasted over Texas hardwoods. Enjoy the sights and smells of your BBQ being sliced in plain view, then paired with traditional southern-style sides and house-made desserts. Our inspired offerings are sure to excite you and your guests. In pursuit of fine food? Fire Craft BBQ is every foodie’s favorite spot for slow-smoked brisket and ribs, delectable desserts, and southern sides.
RUN, DON’T WALK! Me, my wife and a friend just left FIRE CRAFT after having lunch. I can’t say enough good things about it. We shared a sampler plate. 4 meats and 3 sides. We had prime brisket, moist end. The meat may be the tenderest I’ve had. The fat was like buttah and it wasn’t smoked so heavily that the smoke is all you can taste. Pulled pork is tender and juicy. Ribs don’t fall apart like some. They are firm but so tender it’s like biting through a nice chop. Sausage is Slovaceks so you know it’s good. The most surprising are the sides. They were ALL good. A lot of bbq houses tout thier sides and they have some good ones but I have never been to a place where I liked them all. We had spoon bread, my favorite, collards were a little smokey and had a good chew but not tough, gouda mac very creamy. Then we ordered 3 extra sides. Cole slaw is crunchy and fresh. BBQ beans were my wife’s fave. And squash casserole. Finally desert. If you are too full to the point where dessert doesn’t even sound good, get something anyway and take it home. We had the banana pudding. I’m not sure if the custard is scratch, but it sure tastes like it. It has Biscoff cookies, fresh whipped cream and Bananas Foster topping. Don’t talk yourself out of it. Just get it. For quality, Fire Craft is the best BBQ within many miles of Kingwood/Humble. Chef David Welch is right there with the other Famous BBQ names.