This place has great bar-b-que. They also have a family atmosphere, and it is usually pretty quiet in there. It's a place you can go inside to eat with your family and carry on a conversation and everyone can hear everyone else. The service is almost perfect (they have mixed up my to-go orders a couple of times, let things off, or made a burger with mustard instead of mayo, etc.) but they are very friendly and speedy. My food is always hot and tastes fresh. I have eaten everything here from the bar-b-qued meats, to burgers, to their chicken fried chicken and sides, and I have liked all of it every time. Their prices are pretty good too. Their burgers are very much like what you might grill up at home, great size, and plenty of toppings and good flavor. Yet, a burger basket with fries is less than $5. You can't beat that if you ask me. Not even Burger King or McDonald's can really compete with those prices anymore. So try it, if you're a fan of good food, I'm sure you'll like it!
I've gained 10 lbs thanks to their food! I'm not a huge fan of BBQ, but I love Dickey's and they never disappoint. Melt-in-your-mouth beef brisket with a choice of different BBQ sauces. They've got the usual sides including the *best* fried okra plus a few unique ones like baked potato casserol…
1801 Ballpark WayArlington, TX 76006
From Business: Operational since 1941, Dickey's Barbecue Pits is one of the fastest growing chains in the United States. Its restaurants menus include baked potato casserole, barbecue beans, waffle fries, and macaroni and cheese. The chain s restaurants also offer original potato and Caesar salads. Dickey's Barbecue Pits restaurants offe…
Dickey's on Valwood is within an industrial area and never fails to impress for business meetings. You are in Texas, so take everyone there to be apart of a true Texan community and great food. Convenient, good prices, and excellent food!
I am so glad that this dickey's bar b que is back in Cedar Hill. Tx. It has a new staff that is just waitng to serve you. And willing to learn all they can about the bar b que business , I think it will be ok to learn with me the customer. I love the food there. the prices are not to bad\r ab…
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 12 ribs for 18USD, but way more than enough food for 2, so you can share. It comes with 2 hearty sides, a salad, fresh rolls, and a hearty portion of pickles, sliced onions jalapenos. Sit by the window, you get to look down at all the street traffic and passersby, also has outdoor seating but it was too windy that day. Excellent onion rings, a must have and try the turkey and brisket. The smoked sausage was mediocre. Service was excellent. The lavatory is located in the basement, accessible thru a lift. Sonny's has multiple locations, and when we asked around for the best bbq, Sonny's was recommended again and again.
Delta Charlie’s I do not normally write reviews, but I had such a great experience at Delta Charlie’s Restaurant that I am letting others know about this gem. The experience started with a Groupon for the combined airplane ride and meal, always a great way to start!!!. I was a little concerned about the flight as my wife does not like to fly, but she was very comfortable with the plane and we both enjoyed the flight around Dallas. After the flight we settled down to a surprisingly good meal. The service was excellent and friendly. Although it was our first trip to Delta Charlie’s the young lady who served us made us feel like we were part of the family. Overall, an experience I would highly recommend to others Don S
I when to soulmans yesterday and brought two sandwiches round beef slice and sauage. got the sandwiches to go, on our way back home I open up and my beef sandwiches was full of fat, yes fat, I waste my time and money for that sandwiches never again will I eat at this soulmans I don't like giving money away, I want good food and not fat. if that is what you serve then I I want be back and nor will anyone I tell how sorry the food was. what a waste, customers are your business if you don't car about them you will not be in business much longer, maybe that is why there was no one there buying the food they too have received the say.
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 nice: the ribs were ok and covered in a sweet sauce and the smoked chicken was not smokey but done well. Overall it's ok: no BBQ joint in Dallas needs to worry about this place :)
I absolutely love this restaurant! Me and a friend rented out the restaurant for a friends birthday party and had a blast! We had a tasting before the party and the food is delicious! We had a buffet, hosted bar and a dance floor! The restaurant is in the Dallas Executive Airport so you are able to watch the planes take off and land, really a great experience overall! I recommend this spot to anyone in the Dallas area!
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 LOL Nice place overall.
If you haven't tried BBS, these are the best ribs in town. I haved lived here for 11 years and haven't ran across any BBQ better than BBS. The salads are huge, fresh and delicious. The baked potatoes are FULLY stuffed and delicious, and the BBQ will melt in your mouth. You don't even need the sauce. They are just that good with or without the sauce. Memphis style for sure!
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 the mustard greens and squash since you can't really eff those up much.
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.