Best BBQ in DFW

Baby Back Shak
www.babybackshak.com
The BBQ that makes you happy. Baby Back Shak has been bringing Memphis style ribs
with their signature rub to hungry Metroplex residents for over 15 years.

Cousin’s Bar-B-Q
www.cousinsbbq.com
Since 1983 “Boots” and Beverly Payne have been making Texans including President
George H.W. Bush fall in love with their BBQ.

Hard Eight BBQ
www.hardeightbbq.com
This family knows their way around the grill. With some of the best meat, sandwiches and fixins’ in the Metroplex Hard Eight should be an easy choice.

Lockhart’s Smokehouse
www.lockhartsmokehouse.com
No forks and no sauce are needed for their fall off the bone meat. The “Barbecue Capital
of Texas” gives you that distinctive Texas post oak flavor.

Mike Anderson’s BBQ
www.mikeandersonsbbq.com
The hickory fire masters over at Mike Anderson’s have been creating sauces and making great BBQ since 1981 and have served well over a million customers from one location.

Off the Bone BBQ
www.offthebonebbq.com
Eddie and Marilyn Brown have been perfecting “Texas Style” barbecue and homemade desserts for over 26 years. And their customers say, “You don’t need no teeth to eat their meat.”

Outlaw’s Bar-B-Que & Grill
www.outlawsbbq.com
Satisfy your ‘cue tooth with Outlaw’s famous ribs, brisket and sauce. Whether you want
to go to them, want them to come to you, or you need an event catered, Outlaw’s got your
back.

Pecan Lodge
www.pecanlodge.com
Pecan knows BBQ and they know awards because they win a lot of them. From the Mesquite Smoked brisket to Hill Country sausage people just can’t seem to get enough.

Peggy Sue BBQ
www.peggysuebbq.com
Opening their doors in 1989 Marc and Susan Hall wanted to smoke some of the best meat
in Dallas and they’ve done just that for over 20 years.

Rudy’s BBQ
www.rudysbbq.com
Rudy’s “country store” has been helping Texans get all sauced up on their brisket, sausage, chicken, ribs, and turkey slathered in their signature sauce since 1989.

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