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Dallas, TX

Best BBQ Joints

Smoke

Smoke is a little off the beaten path, but worth the trip to have locally and regionally sourced, authentic Texas barbeque. The restaurant is located in the historic Belmont Hotel and chef Tim Byres, James Beard Award winner, knows what he's doing. The restaurant’s eclectic vibe makes you feel like you are sitting in your family’s living room. The must-have dish: the Carbrito & Masa. Photo by: Ali Schilling

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Pecan Lodge

If you are willing to wait in line, this traditional smoky Texas barbeque joint will not disappoint. What started as a catering company out of the back of a pickup, Pecan Lodge has become nationally acclaimed. Sit on the large patio and enjoy live music on the weekends. Bring some friends and try the “Pitmaster” for a little taste of everything. Oh, and don’t forget their famous Aunt Polly’s Banana Pudding. Photo by: Ali Schilling

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18th & Vine

The newest addition to the Dallas barbecue scene, 18th and Vine, is showing Texas a little Kansas City flair. The menu includes the classics; brisket, ribs, and pulled pork, but also offers an upscale dinner menu including Wood-Kissed Salmon and BBQ Braised Osso Bucco. My personal favorite, The Lester. Be sure to head upstairs to The Roost for live jazz. Photo by: Ali Schilling

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