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Posted by Phi-Phi on 06/08/2004
The food was excellent however the service was kinda bad. The servers would take our plates away without even asking if we were done. And, it was my sister's birthday and we asked for cake and they brought us out a peice of cornbread with whipped cream on it!!!
Posted by tryit2ice on 05/03/2004
being that i took a trip to dallas for the first time in my life, my main goal was to eat "texas style bbq" i tried that resturant last night, it was close but not close enough. concidering the big deal they make out of it. i tried a margarita, that was the worst. the brisket that i orded wasn't as juicy and tender as they claimed. my wife had the chicken and ribs combo, i could've sworn that it was more like bones drowned in bbq sauce. i might go back there just because the "bqb sauce" was the best thing or the closest to texas they had there. oh yeah the fries would've passed the test if they would've been hot instead of cold and hard. my kids cheeseburgers was much better then what my wife and i odered.
Posted by M Ross on 02/22/2004
I love my BBQ, and this just doesn?t do it for me. I?ve been several times trying to give the place the benefit of the doubt, but it never got any better. The barbecue is average even by NYC standards (not to knock the city, but the epicenter of barbecue cuisine it is not). Over all, the food fails to justify the frequent long waits and the margaritas are just plain bad!
Posted by TasteBuds on 12/10/2003
The food is great, and this particular BBQ's does not have the strange musty smell to it like the others do. However, it really kills me how this particular restaurant is much more expensive than the one down in the village...what's up with that?!?! I mean I know the rent is higher on 72nd St., but cmon! The food isn't any different than it's chain down in the village near NYU.I guess the smellier the more expensive too huh?
Posted by CRAVE on 09/05/2003
Barbequed or Honey Basted chicken with a big rack of ribs, old fashioned french fries, cole slaw, a warm big piece of a buttery cornbread, and extra bbq sauce... what more can you ask for from a eat-in/take out BBQ rib and chicken joint? Classic combination taken to full notch. If you're craving Texas bbq with the works, head for Dallas BBQ. If ytou arent into the above, there are burgers, fish, salads, etc.
Posted by Big Tipper on 07/31/2003
Take out ribs? You bet. Even comes with extra sauce and a nice hunk of cornbread.