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10 Results For "Barbeque"
Texadelphia is famous throughout Texas for their "Texas-Style Philly Cheesesteak."
Probably SMU's most well known dining experience off campus and late night delivery needs little introduction. Born out of an idea at a UT Freshmen dorm in 1991, Pluckers Wing Bar opened first location in Summer 1995. They are known for their in-house home made wing sauce, classic sports bar atmosphere, and drink specials daily. If you haven't been there... Check it out.
Moe's is your typical Southwestern grill, with the usual Tex-Mex fare. Moe's is known for it's flare and the fun atmosphere. With daily specials and fresh ingredients, Moe's is a great place to have a large dinner with friends, or to simply stop in for drinks after work or after class.
Bandana’s is a great barbeque joint with excellent food at low prices. They also have a great salad bar and a very diverse menu that includes seafood and chicken as well. Looking for a cheap lunch? Just drop in for a sandwich plate, which includes a heaping sandwich and two sides for as low as $6. Bandana’s also has a great kids menu and wonderful family atmosphere
Vermont Street BBQ is not an ordinary barbeque restaurant. All of its meat is cooked and smoked fresh every day and the nightly specials ensure a great atmosphere with great food. The servers are nice and friendly and know what they are doing. On top of it all, it is relatively inexpensive.
The ultimate in greasy meat, customers can be sure to get messy and leave satisfied at “Buff Joe’s.” Buffalo Joe’s serves up giant piles of their specialty wings that can be ordered up mild or covered in hot peppers and are so good there will be nothing left but bones, sauce and maybe that celery side or buffalo chips. The place can get crowded at night, but even with a long line the food comes out pretty quick.
Although this building does not look like much on the outside—a shack of sorts—it does serve incredible blazing-hot fried chicken. Although there are a couple of tables to eat at, most customers of Chicken Shack get their orders to go. The food is cooked fresh upon order so you can call ahead if you don’t want to wait.
This joint emphasizes its barbeque like no other. Some diners prefer the slathered turkey drumstick while others prefer baby backs or barbecued chicken. Other favorites include shrimp, corn bread, seasoned fries and cole slaw.
If you're looking for some great, authentic barbecue and a fun dining experience, Phoebeâ€™s is your place to go. This restaurant prides itself on its unique barbecue sauces that slather every piece of chicken, beef, and pork they serve you. Add a couple homemade sides onto your platter and you'll feel right at home.
This is a small, casual restaurant that serves barbeque native to Texas. The service is friendly, the food hearty. Itâ€™s a great place to take a very hungry family for a fast meal