Rolling Bones is in the Martin Luther King District. As you can see, it's a pretty nice hangout built in an old gas station. Some of the seating is under the old carport and some is in that cool, glassed-in office. If you're in a hurry, they also have a drive-thru window.
I believe that the owner came from Texas and the style of BBQ certainly fits into that mold: a lot of beef, including brisket and ribs. I've eaten there on many occasions. This time I had the chicken. As you can see from the photo, I couldn't contain myself and started eating before I took the photo. The chicken is perfectly cooked. I usually get the hot sauce, which is pretty hot but not painfully so. The sides are all excellent. One of the most interesting things about the meal is the Texas toast bread. The gummy white bread that is standard BBQ fare has always bothered me, but these guys show that great BBQ doesn't have to be accompanied by bad bread.