The Slow Bone Barbecue
Dallas, TX 75207
- 11 a.m.-7 p.m. daily
- Kid Friendly
- Parking Lot Available
Top pick: This might be counterintuitive, but the side dishes are the stars here, along with some of the city’s best fried chicken. Order sides strategically, preferably in a group, because six or seven of them are great and your tray won’t have room for them all.
The downside: Between us, the brisket just isn’t as richly flavorful as the best of the best.
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