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Old 03-05-2015, 11:50 AM   #1
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Fort Worth BBQ

Going to be in Fort Worth - Arlington Sunday.

Recommended BBQ ?
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Old 03-05-2015, 01:20 PM   #2
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Haven't been to Angelo's BBQ in awhile, but it was good back then https://angelosbbq.com/
There is also Fred's Texas Cafe' if you like to hang out and have a good burger
http://fredstexascafe.com/
Of course you can do Sundance Square and Risky's http://www.risckys.com/
But my favorite is the Railhead BBQ http://www.railheadsmokehouse.com/menu/ Their second location in Willow Park (just west of FW) has all the good live music http://www.railheadbbq.net/Railhead_...me.html:freaky
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Old 03-05-2015, 07:04 PM   #3
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As with anything, tastes and opinions differ. BBQ is one of those things that everyone seems to disagree on. Here are my thoughts...


Angelo's... My past couple of trips was less than stellar. Dry Q, bad service. I'd avoid it. North Ft Worth

Risky's... Lot's of folks like it, but for me is... meh. It's not bad, but not my preference. Down Town Ft Worth & Stockyards

Smoke Pit BBQ... If you are into some scenery of the double breasted kind. The Q is decent and is crowded around meal times. East Ft Worth.

Railhead BBQ... Good Q but always crowded. West Ft Worth.

Woody's Creek BBQ... Good Q the one time I have had it. West Ft Wroth.

Spring Creek BBQ... It's a local chain. They have decent Q. Typically consistent. Crowded around meal times. Multiple locations; one in Arlington.

Cousin's BBQ... Another local chain, okay to decent Q. Typically consistent. Multiple locations in Ft Worth.

Hard Eight BBQ... If you want to make a trek, there's a location in Roanoke which is north. Good Q and usually crowded.


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Old 03-06-2015, 11:30 AM   #4
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Billy Oak Acres BBQ , Hands down my favorite. Its off the beaten path and not a lot of people know about it. It is on Las Vegas Trail just west of 820 on the right hand side. Its hole in the wall, You will not be disappointed! Just the outside screams BBQ! And they do have BEER!

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Billy Oak Acres BBQ , Hands down my favorite. Its off the beaten path and not a lot of people know about it. It is on Las Vegas Trail just west of 820 on the right hand side. Its hole in the wall, You will not be disappointed! Just the outside screams BBQ! And they do have BEER!

That's on my side of town and I had no idea it was there. Now on my list of must tries.
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Old 03-07-2015, 03:28 PM   #6
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Billy Oak Acres BBQ , Hands down my favorite. Its off the beaten path and not a lot of people know about it. It is on Las Vegas Trail just west of 820 on the right hand side. Its hole in the wall, You will not be disappointed! Just the outside screams BBQ! And they do have BEER!
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This looks and sounds great. I called and it's open 11-3 Sun. Worth a ride to check it out.
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Longoria's in Everman is pretty good.
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Old 03-08-2015, 03:37 PM   #8
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Longoria's in Everman is pretty good.
Yep. Speaking of Everman, is Hickory Stick BBQ still around? There was Jerry's Beef Barn as well. Haven't been in that area for some time.
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