Newly opened store, but without a doubt built around friendly customer service. Staff greeted me once i walked in the door, was very kind an knowledgeable. They were even very helpful to another customer and helped him every way they could, even though they didn't have the grill part he was looking for. Will definately go back for all of my grilling/barbecuing/smoking needs in the future and will point all of my friends in their direction. Family owned an operated and big on American/local made, definately something i like to support. Again, i can't say enough about the pleasant experience i had when i was there, will be back again soon. If you have any questions aboug grills, are looking for grills, smokers, outdoor kitchens or any kind of barbecuing needs give them a shout! Oh, and if you are in the market for a Big Green Egg or any Big Green Egg accessories, they are hands down the ones you need to be talking to.
6701 Camp Bowie BlvdFort Worth, TX 76116
From Business: RISCKY'S BBQ West Side is an eating establishment that offers a range of dinner and lunch options for guests. The restaurant serves a variety of appetizers, soups, …
Spring Creek may be a "chain" restaraunt, but that certainly does not keep that food from tasting incredible. BBQ is perfect, the chicken, the ribs and brisquit. The sauce is very good, potato salad not to creamy, potatoes great as are the beans. The rolls...well just have one and I dare you to tell anyone that they are not the best you have ever had. The one in Lake Worth is my favorite. Love their Ribs.
I have been eating here since the 1950s. Angelo's was smaller then and still had sawdust on the floor. Now, Angelo's is bigger and the ambience not quite what it was in the earlier days. But, the sliced brisket sandwich cannot be beaten anywhere except, of course, by a sliced brisket sandwich and a schooner of beer from the tap. There's a lot of really great barbecue in Texas, but nothing beats Angelo's.