Dickey's BBQ, Dallas

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    Dickey's Barbecue Pit: Area Chain

    by grandmaR Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    We ate at the Dickey's in Frisco one night. Dickey’s Barbecue was founded in 1941 by Travis Dickey in a one-room building at the intersection of Knox and Central Expressway just north of downtown Dallas. The original store had sawdust on the floors and sold beef brisket, ham and ribs. If you wanted a vegetable, you could have potato chips or barbecue beans, or both. Add a bottle of soda, milk or beer and that was the entire menu. There are Dallas Dickey's at these locations with the phone and fax number

    4610 Central Expressway 214-370-4550 214-827-2202
    18120 Coit Road 972-985-7700 214-473-9842
    17721 Dallas Parkway #130 972-713-8909 972-713-8901
    1201 Elm Street, Suite LL5 214-760-2400 214-760-2401
    2919 Forest Lane (@ Josey Lane) 972-247-1534 972-247-3735
    7770 Forest Lane (@ Medical City) 214-691-1494 214-691-1496
    726 N. Harwood @ Federal 214-740-1661 214-740-1663
    3254 Irving Blvd. 214-638-5123 214-638-7811
    2324 McKinney 214-978-2501 214-982-2502
    2445 W. Northwest Highway, Suite 106 214-350-3095 214-350-4440
    14999 Preston Road, Suite C100 972-661-2006 972-661-1844

    They are also franchising the concept and menu now and have Dickey's in several other states.

    Favorite Dish: I don't remember what we had, but possibilities include.

    You can get One Meat Combo, Two Meat Combo or Three Meat Combo
    *All combo meals come with two veggies and bread
    Kid's Meal - one meat (excluding ribs), one veggie and bread

    Dickey's Meat Choices

    Beef Brisket
    Pulled Pork
    Hot Link Sausage or Polish sausage
    Turkey Breast
    St. Louis Style Spare Ribs
    Smoked Ham
    Chicken Breast

    Dickey's Vegetable Choices

    Au Gratin Potatoes - Steamin' hot n' chunky, the cheesiest around
    French Fries - Thick steak cut taters fully dressed (skins left on)
    Oven Roasted New Potatoes - Seasoned with rosemary, garlic n' thyme
    Barbecue Beans - Cooked spicy, right in our pits with our briskets
    Jalapeno Beans - Our pinto beans with hot jalapeno peppers - wild!
    Green Beans - Fixed the old fashioned way with our mouth waterin' ham
    Black Eyed Peas - A bit o' butter, ham hock n' seasonin's
    Fried Okra - Corn meal coated with our signature "Foo Foo Powder"
    Corn on the Cob - (Nights only) Plump and juicy, soakin' in butter sauce
    Barbecue Stuffed Potato - Pick the meat & we'll pile on the fixins'

    Dickey's Salad Choices

    Fresh Fruit Salad - (Seasonal) Sweet n' wholesome, it'll tickle your tongue
    Cole Slaw - Rated 'Best in Dallas' in Readers Poll - tangy, sweet, cold n' crisp
    Dickey's Original Potato Salad - Family recipe with sweet relish, mayo n' love
    Old Fashioned Dill Potato Salad - Fresh dill, eggs, mayo & mustard
    Cool Cucumber Salad - Marinated cucumbers with tomatoes, onions n' olives
    Broccoli Salad - Fresh broccoli, cauliflower, carrots n' ranch style dressing
    Pasta Salad - Shell pasta, green peppers, with mayo dressing just like Mom's

    Dickey's Desserts

    Cobbler – Has the perfect amount of sugar & cinnamon
    Pecan Pie –A southern favorite full of the sweet stuff
    Banana Pudding – Just like mom makes with ‘niler wafers

    Address: West End

    Menu Board Frisco Dickey's from Wendys Rest of the name Salad Bar Front door
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    For the best ribs in town go...

    by judyaf Written Aug 24, 2002

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    For the best ribs in town go to 'Dicks' in the 'West End' of Dallas and then head on up highway 35north to 'Pappadauex' for the best cajun this side of New Orleans!
    Dicks is informal and moderately priced. Pappadaeux is informal but more of a dinning atmosphere and you get tons of food, not expensive but more than Dicks.

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