Ordered a sampler platter of KC Burnt Ends, sliced Moist Brisket, and sliced Turkey: the Burnt Ends were not burnt nor ends, which was very disappointing. But the sliced brisket (moist is what I ordered) was delicious, and the turkey was, well, turkey, but moist and not dry.The house sauce helped the turkey a lot.Yeast rolls are amazing! As was the service.
I had a chance to take my date to a wonderful steakhouse. I have lived in Dallas for nine years and always gone to Bob's and most recently Ocean Prime. Another guest at Ocean Prime told me about Nick and Sams. Boy, was I blown away from the moment I walked in. From the door to the check ever…
The steak and everything else are terrific. Great chef! I spoke a bit with the General Manager and he was very enthusiastic about his restaurant which I really appreciated. The service was very efficient and friendly even though they were packed.
2000 Mckinney Ave Ste 100Dallas, TX 75201
From Business: There are two Perry's restaurants in Dallas. The one that I am writing about is "Perry's Steakhouse and Grill" (the other one is called "The Place at Perry's" ) 214-855-5151
Price? Holly crap, $68 for two of us. Wow!Service line implementation is terrible: there is no reason on the planet they could not run a better faster service line. It's 2016, do we still need the outdated concept of the "owner" being the only person to handle the meat? They all do it, I know, b…
901 Fort Worth AveDallas, TX 75208
From Business: Cliff Caf , located in Dallas, is an eating establishment that offers a range of food items and beverages. The restaurant provides breakfast, lunch and brunch menus. It serves pancakes, French toast, biscuits, sausage, muffins and fresh fruits for breakfast. The restaurant also offers tea, coffee, skim milk and lemonades. …
11. The Slow Bone
The brisket tends to be the most consistent meat they offer, and they will serve that any way you want: lean, moist, extra bark, no bark.Ribs are hit or miss: same with sausage and chicken offerings.Sides are an afterthought, it they taste like they are anyway: about the only ones I get now are …
We ate at Sonny Bryans in the West End while visiting the King Tut exhibit at the DMA, this location is a convenient quick train ride from the Museum. Located in quaint area of restaurants in Dallas, the West End, Sonny Bryans has the best pork ribs I ever had. Try the big rib man plate, around …
If you could only get a bigger location. I just ate at sweetie pies in St. Louis not worth the trip I can't wait till I go to Dallas next week get some real soul food They got these people fooled up here Oprah need come get some real soul food
14. Wing Bucket
1200 Main StDallas, TX 75202
From Business: Wingbucket only uses freshest quality wings and tenderloins available in the market. Our wings are marinated in our ""Seven Secret Spices"" and non-battered to achieve a full wing flavor taste. The chicken tenderloins are brined then egg battered and rolled in seasoned flour for that great breaded taste. Both wings and ten…
15. Red Hot & Blue
9810 N. Central Expwy. at Walnut Hill Ln. Suite #600 Dallas, TX 75231Dallas, TX 75231
I liked being able sit down & actually have a server! Most BBQ joints don't offer that. We enjoyed a couple of beers with our delicious meal, but the best part was the appetizer - smoked sausage with a special mustard sauce! I will return for that!
16. Kobe Steaks
One of the best restaurants on the planet! The hibachi shrimp and chicken is the best, and the fried rice is exceptional! The soup appetizer is the best too. They do charge for soda refills which is little strange, but I look past it to eat here.
WE HAVE MADE FOR TRIPS TO BIG AL'S EACH TIME I WAS WAITING TO BE DISSAPOINTED INSTEAD EACH VIST WAS GREAT.THE BEEF IS MOIST AND SMOKEY, THE RIBS ARE THE BEST AND THE SAUSAGE IS JUST LIKE THE HILL COUNTRY.
Ordered a sampler platter of KC Burnt Ends, sliced Moist Brisket, and sliced Turkey: the Burnt Ends were not burnt nor ends, which was very disappointing. But the sliced brisket (moist is what I ordered) was delicious, and the turkey was, well, turkey, but moist and not dry.The house sauce helpe…
21. Baby Back Shak
This Place is a Great spot to have lunch or Dinner & please Believe me the Bar-B-Q is to die for & build up a appetite there for U can try my Favorite The Shak Platter it comes with 4 or 5 different Meats & it is Delicious U have to try this Place out U want be disappointed!!
We always have enjoyed good cheese steak in the east and now we have found one exceeded our expectation in Dallas Texas. cheese steak was perfect, the bread meat and cheese just like home soooooooo yummy and I would recommend yall to visit this place.
25. 18th & Vine BBQ
This is pinkies-in-the-air gentrified BBQ with table service, real cutlery, porcelain plates and white cloth napkins. And a menu of course.Ordered the burnt ends starter: cold cubed Brisket in sauce was delivered. Good flavors, shame it was cold.The Lester brisket grilled cheese sandwich was nic…
I went to lunch here for the first time with friends and family. The lunch menu was very appealing and quite affordable. They have a great variety of food even though its a steakhouse.
The wings are great big, and Pluckers has some goood food and drink specials. 20-25 wings is plenty for two people, and if you have room get the Fried Twinkies, they're as good as they sound gross. The place is great to hang out at with friends, or watch sports, they have several lcd tvs. When …
Meat cutter was clueless. Meat was cut too thick and full of fat. Beans were cold and hard and not cooked enough. Salad was in a tiny cup. $13.50!!! Really?! What a joke. I could not eat it. Took it back and left. Oh btw, the manager laughed when I was taken back by the price. My second bad experience there. Will NOT go back to this Dickeys on Frankford/DNT. Food was cold.
Ordered the three meat plate (comes with two sides): the turkey was Smokey and moist; the brisket slices were moist, melt in your mouth deliciousness and good smoke flavor; the ribs were bone-dry and tough; the collard greens were amazing, and cucumber-tomato salad was refreshing. The sweet tea is too dang sweet fore but tempering it with unsweet took care of it LOLNice place overall.
Me and couple of buddies were in Dallas for business and found the Inwood BBQ shack and fell in love. Had the rib dinner one night and had to go back for the Pig Out Platter for lunch the next day. No nonsense, great BBQ.
So glad you are still in business! I have such fond childhood memories of my mother and I going to garage sales early on Sat. mornings and getting lunch at Smokey's. Chopped, extra sauce and relish with fries. New Orleans tries hard on their barbq., but it is just not Tex. style. Thanks for the great food and memories.
Loved the Q at the Rock 'n Ribs on Saturday. Now I'm ready for a sit down. LOL I love your onion rings
Price? Holly crap, $68 for two of us. Wow!Service line implementation is terrible: there is no reason on the planet they could not run a better faster service line. It's 2016, do we still need the outdated concept of the "owner" being the only person to handle the meat? They all do it, I know, but it's time we customers start a revolt and reject this stupid concept.
Both the food and the service was extremely horrible my meat tastes like it was boiled and not smoked which was barbecue brisket the barbecue sauce was very watered-down honestly it was disgusting my corn bread was hard and old
They have some great barbeque. You will get your moneys worth. The place looks as if it has been there for a long time I was kind of iffy about going in but I'm glad I did this is my new place to stop when I am craving some good BBQ!
I'm 54 and this is the best BBQ joint I've ever been to, Great meat at a fair price, and in my opinion great personal customer service.