Where to Eat Barbecue in Dallas

Lockhart SmokehouseThe Metroplex is too big for just one barbecue guide. Fort Worth already got its own, so this one is dedicated to Dallas and its many suburbs, which are packed with smoked-meat stops both old and new. We have our favorites, of course. Texas Monthly recently published a list of the top fifty barbecue joints in Texas and fifty more worthy of honorable mentions, but our recommendations don’t stop there. You can get a great meal at any one of the joints below.Before we get to the newer crop, here are some historical spots to visit. The Bryan family barbecue business began with the opening of Bryan’s Barbecue in 1910. Its legacy endures with the original Sonny Bryan’s Smokehouse on Inwood (1958), famous for brisket sandwiches and gigantic onion rings,…

The post Where to Eat Barbecue in Dallas appeared first on Texas Monthly.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

Scroll to Top