Wednesday, September 14, 2011

QOTD: What's the best BBQ in Fort Worth?

Not Dallas. Not the Metroplex. Fort Worth. What's the best BBQ in town?

12 comments:

TK78 said...

Smokey's is pretty good! Off the bone comes in a close 2nd!

Drew Thornley said...

Seriously, don't everyone answer at once!

Drew Thornley said...

Twitter reply: "nothing fantastic in fort worth, however, @DallasLockhart in oak cliff is pretty rockin."

Drew Thornley said...

Twitter reply: "Angelo's > Railhead."

Drew Thornley said...

Twitter reply: "Longoria's 4 sausage; Uncle Willie's 4 ribs; Off the Bone 4 brisket. Smokey's brisket/ribs good, too, plus beans/desserts."

Drew Thornley said...

Twitter reply: "I would probably go w/ Coopers. Unfortunately I've only Off the Bone mid/late afternoon when it's not as fresh."

Broderick Chesterfield III said...

Longoria's is the best and most consistent. The brisket sausage is unreal too.

Broderick Chesterfield III said...

yeah, i've been to off the bone three times for lunch. Twice it stunk.
smokey's used to be great, but it has been woefully inconsistent of late.

i also like roscoe's smokehouse in burleson, even though they use a southern pride smoker.

TexasPitMaster said...

The" BEST" barbecue in Fort Worth is never bought or sold (only served to family& friends by a couple of backyard Grill Kings). Jimmy's and Roger Hughes (both on the South Side) were the best joints until both guys passed away...now I'd rank Floyd's (in Eastwood) #1. I was never a big Angelo's fan...their 'Que always seemed to be missing" something".

Smokin Ronnie Halcomb said...

Mama E’s BBQ
818 E. Rosedale
Fort Worth, TX 76104

BBQ SNOB SAYS: 2008: The menu is wider than most of the joints I’ve tried and offers catfish, spaghetti, meat loaf, and other soul food favorites. My meal arrived in a Styrofoam container with a heap of pre-sauced thinly sliced brisket and giant spare ribs. Although the meat was sauced, the sauce was thin and complemented the meat well rather than overpowering the flavor of the meat. The ribs still had a good crust with a fleeting smoke flavor. The meat was tender with well-rendered fat and a great overall flavor. The thin slices of brisket had a good crust with little smoke line. The smoke flavor was slight, but the fat was well rendered and the flavor was above average.

Drew Thornley said...

Twitter reply: "Longoria's. The brisket sausage is worth the trip alone."

El Smokeador said...

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