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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5400 on: September 30, 2010, 04:18:47 pm »

If you want a cheese burger, fries, and a cold beer go to the Angry Dog in
Deep Elum.  Be sure to buy the hat or T-Shirt.  The place is legendary.

Al's Hamburgers in North Arlington (FM 157) is the place for a great burger...the double double (double meat and cheese) is fantastic.
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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5401 on: September 30, 2010, 08:04:22 pm »

Having lived down in this area for a little over a year now, maybe I can throw my 2 cents in on this BBQ discussion!

David's BBQ - western side of Arlington - has one of the best sliced brisket sandwiches I've ever had. Great BBQ baked beans, but don't expect to find any good pulled pork

Spring Creek - Cooper street, south of stadium - sliced brisket is good, as is the turkey and sausage (both regular and spicy), but nothing really stands out as THE item to get. They do make their own yeast rolls from scratch and they are really good.

Hard Eight BBQ - located in Coppell, about 20 miles north of Arlington - good pit BBQ with a large selection of meats/sides. The brisket is usually a little dry, but everything has a good authentic smoked taste. I love the jalapeno sweet corn and jalapeno beans they have. Could be a little pricey because they charge according to the weight of the food on your tray.

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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5402 on: September 30, 2010, 08:09:56 pm »

Chuy's.

That is all.
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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5403 on: September 30, 2010, 08:33:15 pm »

OK  I forgot all about North Main.  Hard 8 is better but they charge by the pound so it can get expensive.  North Main is GREAT and it's all you can eat for like 10-12 bucks.  Cash only.  Ribs, brisket, chicken, sausage, pork...it's all good.  Very good value and very good food and close to Arlington.  It's right off 183.


They take cc now and serve beer.. If u care for that..
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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5404 on: September 30, 2010, 09:19:18 pm »

Spring Creek BBQ on the east side of I-69/75 in North Dallas/Plano area is DA BOMB!! Best this side of Austin.

Oh, kudos to dude who beat me to it. BTW, we got Ruth'sChris in Rogers already, but there isn't BBQ in NWA that's better than Spring Creek in Dallas or my favorite Ironworks BBQ in Austin. Bomb Diggity brisket and ribs, omg it almost is worth the trip to Dallas JUST for Spring Creek. lol


Spring Creek in Mesquite sux, brisket was quite tough, ribs the same.  I try to stay away from the chains for good que.

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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5405 on: September 30, 2010, 11:34:55 pm »

It's nothing fancy, but to cure your hair-of-the-dog needs. Visit any Fuzzy's. Beer with chips and hot sauce in the morning fixes ANYTHING.
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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5406 on: September 30, 2010, 11:48:13 pm »

 I agree with many of the choices here....Gloria's and Snuffers are both awesome off of Greenville. Campisis's Egyptian room is great for Italian. I have to add Pappadeux's to the list of pappas restaurants for seafood and Fogo de Chao is awesome.
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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5407 on: September 30, 2010, 11:58:28 pm »

BBQ: Hard 8 BBQ in Copell is where it's at
Steakhouse: Papas Bros (Dez Bryant found it $55k good)
Mexican: The Blue Goose (Greenville, Addison, Highland Village, Plano)
Plain Awesome Food: Kennys Woodfire Grill off Beltline in Addison

I second the Hard 8 (short drive from the Airport!) and Papas Bros, but I'll take Joe T Garcia's in the Ft Worth stockyards over any mexican joint out there.  Order a pitcher of margaritas, you won't be sorry.
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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5408 on: October 01, 2010, 02:18:26 pm »

Joe T's has always been a little over rated to me, foodwise. I know I'll prob get slaughterd for saying that,  but never been that impressed. The patio, however, is awesome. Its a great place to drink and hang out, but its slightly about El Chico in food quality IMHO.
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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5409 on: October 01, 2010, 02:26:13 pm »

Razzoos is a great CAJUN restaurant.

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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5410 on: October 01, 2010, 03:47:01 pm »

I freakin' love UJ's!  Ate there last night and am going to again tonight.  Any one of them are good, Grapevine, Allen etc.  The O.G. is in Dallas on Lemon St.  Take a gun if you go to that one.
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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5411 on: October 01, 2010, 03:58:28 pm »

Having lived down in this area for a little over a year now, maybe I can throw my 2 cents in on this BBQ discussion!

David's BBQ - western side of Arlington - has one of the best sliced brisket sandwiches I've ever had. Great BBQ baked beans, but don't expect to find any good pulled pork

Spring Creek - Cooper street, south of stadium - sliced brisket is good, as is the turkey and sausage (both regular and spicy), but nothing really stands out as THE item to get. They do make their own yeast rolls from scratch and they are really good.

Hard Eight BBQ - located in Coppell, about 20 miles north of Arlington - good pit BBQ with a large selection of meats/sides. The brisket is usually a little dry, but everything has a good authentic smoked taste. I love the jalapeno sweet corn and jalapeno beans they have. Could be a little pricey because they charge according to the weight of the food on your tray.

Take it for what its worth!

Went to Hard 8 twice last year.  Definitely a stop you need to take
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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5412 on: October 01, 2010, 04:02:29 pm »

AYSM???  Texas has the best barbecue in the nation.  I live in NWA and mourn the fact that I cannot get good barbecue here.

Are you from Texas? I ask because only texans think they have the best BBQ. I have eaten good brisket and sausage, but, it's almost impossible to get a pulled or chopped PORK BBQ anywhere in Texas. I ordered a beef sandwich and told them I wanted slaw on the sandwich.....she said nobody ever asks for slaw on a BBQ here. Then they charged me a dollar extra for the slaw!!!
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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5413 on: October 01, 2010, 04:10:04 pm »

Since I tend to be on the cheaper side of things ....

I like El Finix for Mexican ... Salt Grass Steak House for Steak .. Papadeauxs on Central Expressway is always good for seafood, and you can split a plate with someone there is so much food .... and my favorite when I lived in Dallas was a dump called the Awe Shucks Oster Bar on Greenville Ave .. but I don't know it is still open .. that was some 25 years ago.
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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5414 on: October 01, 2010, 04:11:52 pm »

I've heard Saltgrass Steakhouse is good - also Humperdink's across from Six Flags for a good sports bar. 
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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5415 on: October 01, 2010, 04:13:47 pm »

Are you from Texas? I ask because only texans think they have the best BBQ. I have eaten good brisket and sausage, but, it's almost impossible to get a pulled or chopped PORK BBQ anywhere in Texas.

That's because Texas is a BEEF state.  I never even heard of pulled pork until I moved to Louisiana, and that's about all I find worth eating here in AR.  Pork is Memphis BBQ.  BEEF is TEXAS BBQ. 

Tip: ... when asking for brisket, request it come from the fatty end ... it will melt in your mouth.  I had some here in Conway at the Whole Hog last weak ... requested the fatty end ... it was the best I've had since moving here.
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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5416 on: October 01, 2010, 04:21:31 pm »

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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5417 on: October 01, 2010, 04:25:11 pm »

Saltgrass is good for a chain.  Of course almost anything that is good becomes a chain eventually.

I don't post here much and was wondering why I cant use the quote feature?  It says im not allowed in that area or something like that?  And do you have to do the letters, spell arkansas and spell red every reply?
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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5418 on: October 01, 2010, 05:18:09 pm »

I second humperdinks. Usually good drink specials, they brew their own beer (I think). Good sports bar as well.
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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5419 on: October 01, 2010, 07:59:46 pm »

Are you from Texas? I ask because only texans think they have the best BBQ. I have eaten good brisket and sausage, but, it's almost impossible to get a pulled or chopped PORK BBQ anywhere in Texas. I ordered a beef sandwich and told them I wanted slaw on the sandwich.....she said nobody ever asks for slaw on a BBQ here. Then they charged me a dollar extra for the slaw!!!

Yes, I am from Texas.  The first time I went to McClard's in Hot Springs, I was APPALLED when the sandwich arrived with slaw all over it.  Gross.
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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5420 on: October 01, 2010, 08:10:44 pm »

Razzoos is a great CAJUN restaurant.


Pappadeaux (Arlington)

Every time Ive been to Dallas in the last 12 years Ive never missed the opportunity to eat here!



I freaking love this place, even better than Copeland's.
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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5421 on: October 01, 2010, 08:21:20 pm »

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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5423 on: October 01, 2010, 09:23:08 pm »

Applebees..thank me later.
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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5424 on: October 02, 2010, 12:33:18 am »

For those wanting the reasonably priced steakhouse chain places, my personal preference is Texas Land and Cattle over Saltgrass, and there's one even closer to the stadium than Saltgrass.

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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5425 on: October 02, 2010, 09:01:35 am »

I had a career in Texass and lived in Arlington and Saltgrass and Texas Land & Cattle are Great places 2 eat!!   also Trail Dust on Lamar is good. :razorback:
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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5426 on: October 02, 2010, 09:04:59 am »

Do they still have the indoor slide for kids at SaltGrass?
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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5427 on: October 02, 2010, 12:22:19 pm »

Throw a rock.
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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5428 on: October 02, 2010, 12:24:24 pm »

maybe he orders the Chicken not the BRISKET

sausage and rib combo EVERYTIME!
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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5429 on: October 02, 2010, 12:27:26 pm »

The Palm is a fav of ours.
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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5430 on: October 02, 2010, 02:20:50 pm »

Hard 8 is good, but a bit of warning their BBQ sauce is a little sweet for my taste. I figured out to add some of the chili sauce they have on each of the tables and mix it up with the sweet stuff and now I crave the place.

Tex-Mex, BBQ and steak are great in the area - chinese and indian aren't (sigh)

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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5431 on: October 02, 2010, 02:40:20 pm »

Craft is the best restaurant in Dallas! A little more pricey, but very worth it! Gators is good as well!
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Re: Dallas/Arlington Places to EAT!
« Reply #5432 on: October 02, 2010, 02:56:41 pm »

Do they still have the indoor slide for kids at SaltGrass?

That I believe is Traildust, almost right next door on Lamar. Same place that used to cut your tie in half, haven't been there in awhile.....but not because I wear a lot of ties :)


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« Reply #5433 on: October 02, 2010, 04:05:12 pm »

Craft is the best restaurant in Dallas! A little more pricey, but very worth it! Gators is good as well!
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Re: Where da BBQ?
« Reply #5434 on: October 06, 2010, 06:05:57 am »

I've had several Hogs on this board brag about Arkansas BBQ.  I'll be coming to Fayetteville for the Bama game and would like some pointers on where to eat.  I've never been to Fayetteville, so I don't know where the ICONic places to eat are.  I'd also like to know of any famous Razorback eating joints.  My son and I are huge SEC fans and would like to experience the Hog atmosphere before the game.  Any help would be most appreciated.  I'm looking forward to the game folks.  Good luck with Georgia!  I want us to face off undefeated!  Gives me butterflies!

Curious about your experience in Fayetteville? Did you find "da BBQ"???
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So this is my first trip to Auburn...
« Reply #5435 on: October 10, 2010, 04:13:33 pm »

any suggestions, warnings or words of advice? Would really appreciate any logistics info i.e. the parking/traffic situation, the stadium in general etc...
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Re: So this is my first trip to Auburn...
« Reply #5436 on: October 10, 2010, 04:38:47 pm »

We're making our first trip down there this weekend also... looking forward to what everyone has to say!! :razorback:
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Re: So this is my first trip to Auburn...
« Reply #5437 on: October 10, 2010, 04:42:08 pm »

also making the 1st trip
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Re: So this is my first trip to Auburn...
« Reply #5438 on: October 10, 2010, 04:47:25 pm »

Should add that I would love to shake the hand of any Hogvillians on The Plains, we're gonna need each other  ;)
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Re: So this is my first trip to Auburn...
« Reply #5439 on: October 10, 2010, 04:49:43 pm »

been there 4 times to see the hogs.....i always got a media parking pass from my buddies.....you wont have any trouble or i never did....stadium is like every other SEC stadium....big.....

maybe someone from the old razor. club in ATL could chime in....there's a lot of room around the stadium to park and BBQ or it seemed that way to me....vs. GA which is a nightmare.

gotta coach my sons fall baseball game or id volunteer to go with some of you and walk you through the whole thing
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Re: So this is my first trip to Auburn...
« Reply #5440 on: October 10, 2010, 05:40:33 pm »

Should add that I would love to shake the hand of any Hogvillians on The Plains, we're gonna need each other  ;)

Sounds like a plan, when are you guys going down? tailgating?

we plan to head that way after work on friday... try to make it as close as we can on friday night and get up early and head the rest of the way in...

we would like to be there by 9 and start tailgating...
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« Reply #5441 on: October 10, 2010, 05:42:21 pm »

Don't drink the water and what happens in Auburn nobody really cares to hear about it.  ;)
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Re: So this is my first trip to Auburn...
« Reply #5442 on: October 10, 2010, 05:47:18 pm »

1st trip here as well. Was NOT easy finding a hotel room. Heading down on Friday. Found one in nearby Opelika. Was relatively cheap but at least we found something. Looking forward to seeing all the other Hog fans and watching a Razorback victory.
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Re: So this is my first trip to Auburn...
« Reply #5443 on: October 10, 2010, 05:48:39 pm »

Also stayin in Opelika at the Days Inn, also had trouble finding a hotel. Gettin in Friday night
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Re: So this is my first trip to Auburn...
« Reply #5444 on: October 10, 2010, 06:00:27 pm »

Their fans are the most friendly in the SEC.

They are nothing like the Auburn wieners that post over here.
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Re: So this is my first trip to Auburn...
« Reply #5445 on: October 10, 2010, 06:11:16 pm »

Don't drive down in a van with a gay 10 foot tail on it.
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Re: So this is my first trip to Auburn...
« Reply #5446 on: October 10, 2010, 06:29:48 pm »

Eat at the Amsterdam Cafe if it is still there. (haven't been since 2006). Right off college on Stanford Ave, I think is the name of the street. But it is easy to find. Great food. Moderate to cheap prices. IMO one of the classiest road trips in the SEC.
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Re: So this is my first trip to Auburn...
« Reply #5447 on: October 10, 2010, 06:39:05 pm »

Been there once, fans were very hospitable....got invited to a tailgate by total strangers...   great experience.
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Re: So this is my first trip to Auburn...
« Reply #5448 on: October 10, 2010, 06:42:38 pm »

I hope you all have a great time in Auburn...Byrons BBQ, Mama Goldbergs, and Amsterdam are some good reccomendations for eating.  Just a gut feel by me...I think you guys will come away with the victory--we don't match up well against Arkansas and I think some of Petrino's schemes will expose our secondary/lb's.

In the meantime, I'm just going to enjoy a week of a bammer loss.

Have a great time!
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Re: So this is my first trip to Auburn...
« Reply #5449 on: October 10, 2010, 06:44:49 pm »

Making the trip as well. Will be my daughters first Hogs game. Hate that it's in enemy territory but only have two season tickets to home games.
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