Stubb's seemed like it would be a really good bbq place. The decor was rustic, they have a lot of outdoor events on-site, and the staff was friendly. Unfortunately the food didn't meet up with the hype. We ended up paying about 12 per plate, and though it did fill us up, it wasn't very good. They use mainly dry rubs, which neither my husband or myself really like, and the Texas toast they serve on the side was completely plain. There wasn't even any butter that they served with it. Half of the chicken I ate was dry and chewy, and the other was moist and good. The brisket had a smoked flavor, but it wasn't anything special. The only good thing I can say is that the potato fries were delicious and I really liked that they had coloring place mats and crayons for the kiddos. There are so many other restaurants in Austin, I think we'll be going somewhere else next time.