Off The Bone Barbeque

1734 S. Lamar St.
Dallas, TX 75215
214-565-9551
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  • Mon-Wed 11am-5pm, Thu 11am-9pm, Fri-Sat 11am-12am
  • $; $$
  • Delivery, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Takeout
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Parking Lot Available, Street Parking
  • Reservations Not Necessary
Owner Dwight Harvey and son started Off The Bone as a catering venture, but the pecan wood-smoked ribs garnered enough followers that Harvey Sr. was able to free himself from the shackles of a day job. The spotlight here is on the shredded brisket as thick as a fist, barely containable by its whole grain bun. While the bread and butter here is traditional Texas barbecue, Havey is not afraid to take risks. In July 2010, he debuted the inevitable fusion of barbecue and Mexican grub: the boneless baby-back rib taco.

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  • Off the Bone 2 -- The Bonenining
    2 years ago by Gavin Cleaver

    There's already an Off the Bone. I went there once, back in the mists of time. I remember that the location was worrying, that I had to take holiday allowance from work to be able to order a buttermilk pie in a misunderstanding that...

  • An Englishman Reviews the BBQ of Off the Bone
    3 years ago by Gavin Cleaver

    See also: *An Englishman in BBQ Sauce for more of our efforts to fatten Gavin up Last week my dad emailed me. "As a parent the sheer amount of food you are eating in your food journalism quest is truly frightening. The way that your...

  • Off The Bone Barbeque is a Total Sausagefest.
    5 years ago by Alice Laussade

    I originally heard about Off The Bone Barbeque because of its baby back ribs, but I'm anti-baby-eating, so I opted for the smoked sausage sandwich (for $5.75) and a side of coleslaw ($1.75) with an A&W root beer ($1.25). Recently, O...

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