Purple Pig BBQ to open first brick-and-mortar location in Schertz

Purple Pig BBQ plans to open a brick-and-mortar location in October. (Jarrett Whitener/ Community Impact Newspaper)
Purple Pig BBQ plans to open a brick-and-mortar location in October. (Jarrett Whitener/ Community Impact Newspaper)

Purple Pig BBQ plans to open a brick-and-mortar location in October. (Jarrett Whitener/ Community Impact Newspaper)

After six years of food truck business, Purple Pig BBQ plans to open a brick and mortar location at 537 Main St., Schertz.

Owner Demetric Herron takes pride in their pulled pork, pulled chicken, ribs and smoked brisket.



Currently, Purple Pig BBQ is anchored at their future location serving food for the neighboring business, Bar House. Owners plan for the restaurant to open sometime during the month of October.

210-442-8248. https://thepurplepigbbq.com/

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