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There are more complex, elegant restaurants in Dallas, but when you come here, you should eat BBQ. And this is the place you should go.

There are more complex, elegant restaurants in Dallas, but when you come here, you should eat BBQ. And this is the place you should go.

Enjoy a beef brisket, jalapeno sausage, or delicious pork ribs at Sonny Bryan's Smokehouse where they're serving up century-old recipes.

Enjoy a beef brisket, jalapeno sausage, or delicious pork ribs at Sonny Bryan's Smokehouse where they're serving up century-old recipes.

I'm not typically a hardcore rib fan--but Pappy's ribs are like a little piece of heaven. The St. Louis dry rub is just so right--you don't even need sauce. But, you'll get some anyway. You gotta. BBQ fans can die happy after eating these babies.

I'm not typically a hardcore rib fan--but Pappy's ribs are like a little piece of heaven. The St. Louis dry rub is just so right--you don't even need sauce. But, you'll get some anyway. You gotta. BBQ fans can die happy after eating these babies.

Famous Dave's - Overall better than I was expecting for a chain BBQ place.  You could smell the hickory outside the building, which is always a good sign.  The ribs are meaty, have a nice crust, decent smoky flavor and a good sauce.  Texas Manhandler sandwhich is great.  Sides are average except for the apples, which are great.  It's no Oklahoma Joes, but is still great, particularly given that it's a chain.

Famous Dave's - Overall better than I was expecting for a chain BBQ place. You could smell the hickory outside the building, which is always a good sign. The ribs are meaty, have a nice crust, decent smoky flavor and a good sauce. Texas Manhandler sandwhich is great. Sides are average except for the apples, which are great. It's no Oklahoma Joes, but is still great, particularly given that it's a chain.

Who says cooking is for homebodies? Veteran Texas food writer Robb Walsh served as a judge at a chuck wagon cook-off, worked as a deckhand on a shrimp boat, and went mayhaw-picking in the Big Thicket.

Who says cooking is for homebodies? Veteran Texas food writer Robb Walsh served as a judge at a chuck wagon cook-off, worked as a deckhand on a shrimp boat, and went mayhaw-picking in the Big Thicket.

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