Listings in Barbecue
Lockhart Smokehouse (14,656.20 mi)
The folks here clam their barbeque is an homage to the sacred smoked-meat temples of Central Texas. Tender and smoky Black Angus brisket slices with a layer of beautifully rendered fat demand to be consumed, salty fat and all without forks or sauce, but Lockhart offers both. Unfamiliar to Dallasites is the beef clod, which is a shoulder cut rich in intramuscular fat
400 W. Davis Street
Dallas, Texas 75208
Smoke (14,657.66 mi)
Chef Tim Byres whips up rustic old-school dishes. Eggs are farm-fresh, and meats are smoked on-site. He takes the farm-to-fork mentality seriously – jellies, jams and butter are made in-house. The breakfast and brunch menus are noted for the brisket cornbread croutons, green chile rajas, and pearl onions all topped with a pouched egg.
901 Fort Worth Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75208
The Hall Bar & Grill (14,657.68 mi)
The Hall Bar & Grill is a saloon-style steakhouse inspired by legendary Dallas restaurateur Bob Sambol (Bob’s Steak and Chop House). The intimate, 100-seat restaurant takes its name from the collegiate sports halls of fame, which celebrate the best of college athletics. The restaurant’s clubby decor will feature photographs and memorabilia from North Texas luminaries and other residents who once excelled on the playing field and who now serve as leaders in business, law, medicine, and more.
3011 Gulden Ln
Dallas, Texas 75212
Babb Brothers BBQ & Blues (14,657.73 mi)
A Midwestern-style barbecue joint in a city where Texas barbecue is king. Babb Brothers BBQ & Blues offers a perfect mix of hickory-smoked meats and live music in a decidedly laid-back setting that includes picnic tables and a wall of guitars. The menu provides plenty of ways to indulge with yourself with everything from pulled pork and jalapeno sausage to juicy brisket and stellar St. Louis pork ribs. Don't forget tobacco onion straws, and definitely leave room for banana pudding.
3015 Gulden Ln
Dallas, Texas 75212
Y.O. Ranch Steakhouse (14,656.79 mi)
The beef at the Y.O. is U.S.D.A. Prime and is hand-cut in house. In preparing our steaks and other meats we employ a method very similar to the one the ranch hands have been using for more than 125 years. Seasoned with our own brand of herbs and spices, our meats are charred on a flat top griddle and then finished by being seared with our secret finishing sauce. This process traps in all the juices, resulting in a succulent, tender steak.
702 Ross Avenue
House of Blues (14,657.05 mi)
The House of Blues Dallas is a premier restaurant and entertainment venue located near downtown with the ambiance of an old Southern Delta Juke Joint. This unique venue features indoor space, offering a rich setting for corporate and private events, meetings and premiere parties. House of Blues provides the best in live music and eclectic cuisine, for events both large and small. Whatever you have in mind, our team is dedicated to designing an exciting event that is perfect for your needs.
2200 N. Lamar Street
Dallas, Texas 75202
The Slow Bone (14,658.86 mi)
Not only is The Slow Bone a cool place to have a beer and hang out, it’s also one fine barbecue joint. Co-owner Jack Perkins, who made his name flipping burgers at Maple & Motor has mastered the fine art of smoking meats. The casual, cafeteria style service makes it quick and easy to get a platter piled high with luscious brisket, tender baby back ribs, chicken, and pork loin. Check the board for other meats and don’t forget to sample some of the most ambitious barbecue joint sides in town.
2234 Irving Blvd.
Dallas, Texas 75207
St. Pete's Dancing Marlin (14,655.78 mi)
St. Pete's Dancing Marlin is a Dallas landmark. Walk inside and feel the sun shine across hardwood floors and vintage memorabilia. A multitude of swordfish and other creatures of the deep adorn the walls. Large enough to accommodate 200, St. Pete’s is also warm, comfortable, intimate and chock full of atmosphere. It’s a classic bar in a classic location -- Dallas’ historic Deep Ellum on the edge of downtown.
2730 Commerce Street
Dallas, Texas 75226
Thirsty Lion Gastropub And Grill (14,667.86 mi)
Our mission is to evolve the gastropub business by combining the traditional values of European and American pubs, to create a place where friends and family can celebrate life and enjoy handcrafted food, beers and cocktails. Thirsty Lion’s menu emphasizes local ingredients, bold flavors and scratch recipes. Our fresh sheet menus focus on the changing seasons with fresh seafood, quality meats, artisan cheeses and local produce.
350 West Las Colinas Boulevard
Irving, Texas 75039
Peggy Sue BBQ (14,659.21 mi)
Going strong for 25 years, this Snider Plaza stale has a meat selection that would make any barbecue fan drool. We are proud of the meats we smoke and the vegetables prepared daily for you. The all-wood smoker out back turns out noteworthy brisket, pork and chicken that end up in quesadillas and atop hopin’ John. The smoked chicken quesadillas alone are worth a trip.
6600 Snider Plaza
Dallas, Texas 75205