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Lockhart Smokehouse

400 W. Davis St. Send to Phone
214-944-5521 | Menu
Bishop Arts spot with a family connection to the legendary Kreuz Market brings Central Texas-style barbecue to Dallas.

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Open
Lunch & Dinner daily
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  • Dress code: Casual

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Lockhart Smokehouse Restaurant Review

: This Bishop Arts spot takes its ’cue --- and its name --- from the barbecue capital of Texas, saving Dallasites the burden of making the four-hour drive to Lockhart to get great barbecue. They burn Texas post oak inside a Bewley smoker where they smoke brisket, ribs, sausage and prime rib. You order by the pound and get it served the old-fashioned way: plopped in a heap on butcher paper, with no fork and no sauce. It’s the sole distributor in Dallas of Kreuz Market's famous sausage, so that's a must. There’s also a unique cut called the shoulder clod that's become a local favorite, and the "beer can chicken" with a paprika rub is exceptionally moist. If you're feeling fancy, you can get your brisket in a taco, and you help yourself to sides such as deviled eggs and an extra-spicy coleslaw packaged in plastic containers and stacked in a refrigerator. The room is spacious and relaxed, with a bar stocked with plenty of Texas beers.



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