Riscky's has four restaurants near the stockyards - Ritas (Mexican), Riscky's Catch (fish), Riscky's Steak House, and Riscky's Barbecue. We were going to have BBQ that night, so we opted for the Steak House, and did not eat here, but the menu looks good.
BEEF RIBS - all you can eat for $9.95
Humongous Beef ribs rubbed with “Riscky Dust” and smoked slowly over a wood fire .Served with Texas toast, Texas size slice of onion, Polish pickle, jalapeno pepper and your choice of homemade potato salad, fresh coleslaw, seasoned red beans or home style fries
Riscky's BBQ also has 2 other locations in Ft. Worth.
300 Main St.
FORT WORTH, TEXAS 76102
6701 Camp Bowie Blvd.
Fort Worth, Texas 76116
Hours of Operation
Sun. - Thurs. - 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
Fri. & Sat. - 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Favorite Dish: All Platters are served with Riscky’s famous barbeque sauce, a Texas size onion, Polish pickle, jalapeno pepper, fresh coleslaw, seasoned red beans and your choice of homemade potato salad or home style French fries.
Riscky’s Famous Sliced Beef Brisket
A prime cut of lean beef brisket, drenched with Riscky’s famous barbeque sauce $11.95
Riscky’s Famous Pork Spare Ribs
Jimmy Riscky’s personal favorite! Meaty pork spare ribs are rubbed with “Riscky Dust” and slowly smoked for hours over a wood fire until tender $12.95
One Half Smoked Chicken
One half of a plump juicy chicken rubbed with “Riscky Dust” and smoked for hours over a wood fire $9.95
Fried Fresh Catfish
Fillets sliced into large chunks, dipped in milk and rolled in a special blend of spices and corn meal, then lightly fried to a golden brown. Served with homemade tartar sauce $11.95
All Baskets are served with your choice of homemade potato salad, fresh coleslaw, seasoned red beans or home style French fries.
Riscky’s Famous Chopped Beef Brisket Sandwich
A prime cut of lean beef brisket finely chopped, drenched with Riscky’s famous barbeque sauce. Served on a toasted bun
Thick slices of bologna rubbed with “Riscky Dust” smoked over a wood fire, served on a warm toasted bun with lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise $6.50
The Texas Gobbler Sandwich
Thinly sliced smoked breast of turkey and Swiss cheese heaped onto a toasted bun and served warm with lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise $6.50
Swiss Oinker Sandwich
Sweet smoked Texas ham thinly sliced and mounded on a toasted bun and topped with Swiss cheese. Served warm with lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise $6.50
Mesquite Grilled Cheeseburger
Fresh USDA prime hamburger Mesquite Grilled and served on a toasted bun with cheese, lettuce, onion, pickle, jalapeno pepper and mayonnaise $6.50
This is another branch of the one in the Stockyards and part of the well known Risckys restaurants in Fort Worth. There are all the usual choices, Mesquite Grilled BBQ Shrimp, Smoked Catfish Filet, Blazing Buzzard Wings, Riscky’s Famous Sliced Beef Brisket, Riscky’s Famous Pork Spare Ribs, Smoked Turkey, New York Strip not to mention Riscky’s Famous Combo Full Smoker. The choices are endless. There is also a childrens menu.
Open : Sun & Mon 11:00am - 9:00pm, Tues – Thurs 11:00am - 10:00pm Fri & Sat 11:00am - 12:00pm
This restaurant started with Barbecue sandwiches, potato salad and cole slaw, and now has several locations in Fort Worth. Each location is small, except for the Stockyards location. Checkered tablecloths, rolls of paper towels instead of napkins, and huge servings of your favorite beef, pork, and chicken barbecue.
Favorite Dish: Remember Fred Flintstone eating dinosaur ribs? The beef ribs at Riscky's are almost the same size! All-you-can-eat begins with 6 ribs and one side order; most people don't need more than the 1st six! Very tender and tasty, and definitely worth the price!
Riscky's Bar-B-Q has good food. It is at at the Stockyards Station. The old station building has been divided in to quite a few little shops and places to eat. This old train is out in front.
Favorite Dish: Any kind of barbeque is good.
The barbecue is great! The waitresses were good and friendly. We went on a few Sunday's because we like the food, but they also have an Elvis Gospel Show. The Elvis is Jeff Brett and he's the best we've every seen or heard!! That's what makes it special. It's really nice to dine and listen to gospel music. The people really seem to enjoy his show. We've tried several things on the menu and were pleased with it all.
It also has outdoor dining for those who like to be outside. It's located next to the Thomas Kincaid Art Gallery, which is nice to go see the beautiful paintings.
Favorite Dish: The barbecue and the ribs. They bring the sauce to your table warm and you can control the desired amount you use. The jalepano poppers are really good also. They have just the right amount of cheese stuffed inside and are not seasoned to hot. We've found the salads are great also and you get a sizeable amount.
One of the handful of restaurants at the station and one of the many in the Riscky's chain. This one specialises in BBQ and I heard it is pretty good. The smell coming from it certainly was.