Cattleack Barbeque

13628 Gamma Rd.
Dallas, TX 75244
972-805-0999
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Cattleack Barbeque

Catherine Downes

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  • Thur-Fri 10:30 am-2 pm
  • Lunch
  • No Alcohol
  • Catering, Takeout
Turn down Gamma Road and it won’t be long after you drive through this industrial park before you smell barbecue. Todd and Misty David started Cattleack Barbecue after they sold their previous business so their expensive barbecue habit wouldn’t eat into their retirement savings. Lucky for you, they decided to open a takeout place so you can get a slice of Todd’s brisket without asking him to cater your wedding. All the usual suspects are here, including brisket, pork ribs, pulled pork and more but it’s the sausage that’s ground and stuffed in-house that makes this place special. Start with the house blend and work your way through whatever else Todd is offering that day. He’s always up to something,

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