Wow! I have never seen any Italian sandwiches which look better than those! I would go there in a flash.
if I was in Dallas – Fort worth for a couple of weeks, and got tired of BBQ, Tex Mex, Burgers, CFS and Chili, I would definitely check out the Italian Sandwich joint- that Muffuletta has my name written all over it- Hey isn’t New Orleans close to Dallas anyway ?
Hi -this is short notice I know
getting sent to Dallas for business tomorrow (Thursday) and home late Friday.
Looking for somewhere to have BBQ for dinner on Thursday, and would be happy for any RF company as well.
I know most of the “true” BBQ spots are open till mid day or they run out, but I’ll be working then.
so any rec’s for a evening spot are welcome.
I’ll be near Baylor MC on Gaston.
I drive by (the original) Sonny Bryan’s BBQ almost daily. However, nowadays I’m never tempted to stop and eat there.
But at one time “in a Galaxy a long time ago”, I would have lunch at SB almost daily.
The ribs and brisket were terribly dry (by today’s standards). The best thing to eat there was their great, chopped beef on a bun loaded with their incomparable BBQ sauce. Another must have was a side of their fried onion rings. I loved their fantastic, tasty BBQ sauce which was made with the brisket’s fat drippings. Just be sure you had the Tums handy a few hours later.
I can still see the late, great Sonny B. standing behind the counter chopping the briskets for sandwiches.
Even though I will never again attempt to eat at one of (the original) Sonny Bryan’s cramped, right-handed, school desks I do still enjoy a lunch there during the summer when they have covered, misted picnic tables set up in their ample parking lot. 11:00 is the best time; the BBQ is fresh, the O.R.’s are crispy and hot, the beer is cold and it won’t hit 100 degrees until 2 or so.[;)]
Sorry…I don’t like pie or bbq….maybe vegan and I’m in!
I plan on joining you all at CattleAck BBQ. What kind of beer do you and Cousin Johnnie like? Too bad TwinWillow isn't able to make it. I recently had the pleasure of joining him and his lunch bunch at 1st Chinese BBQ.
Glad you will join us Schlotz, but neither one of us drink alcohol.
Count us in!
Looking forward to it!
Early this morning, we had pumpkin-pecan waffles with our own maple syrup. We are up to 8 taps this year, and have boiled for hours on end. As with many expensive products, store bought maple syrup seems cheap after you have made it yourself.
……….and you were all too nice to comment that I posted in the wrong thread…..
I foresee a new Buffetbuster thread titled, “Headed to Millbury” in the near future.
Headed to Dallas
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