Smoke

Row 1

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901 Fort Worth Ave (at Chappel St.)
Dallas, TX 75208
(214) 393-4141

Foursquare Tips

  • The barbecue baby of Tim Byres is one of the city's best-received and best-executed restaurants. [Eater 38 Member]
  • The BBQ is pretty good. The Saturday/Sunday brunch can rival Nick Sam's Grill for Dallas' best brunch!
  • Bottomless mimosas. Nuff said.
  • In three words: Brisket. Brisket. Brisket. Yum.
  • My very favorite for BBQ in Dallas! Ask for the Big Rib! All here is good, but that's the best!
  • Anybody coming thru Dallas should stop in...dinner or breakfast. Awesome food and atmosphere.
  • You must get the ribs, that's their specialty.
  • Try the cabrito. Trust me.OH, and brunch. Best pancakes EVER + brisket hash = heaven.
  • Blueberry and apricot ricotta pancakes w/ a side of bacon - if you don't get that you're missing out!
  • Food is decient
  • Went there for brunch yesterday, there was a wait time however the food was worth it. I want to try them out for dinner. Awesome location as you get a backdrop of the skyline. All in all worth it.
  • It's Smoke, Peggy Sue's, and then The Orig Sonny Bryan's BBQ.. in that order. At Smoke, you must try the "Big Rib" (their claim to fame), or pulled pork or spare ribs.
  • Brisket, sausage and ribs, oh my! Must not leave without trying the lime pie (at least one bite, if you can possibly push away)!
  • Try the smoked pork chop...it's moist and delicious! Also the scallops were tender and amazing!
  • HOMINY CASSEROLE
  • Chef Tim Bynes' biscuits are out of this world. Perfect for mopping up all those leftover juices on your plate.
  • Chef Tim Byers takes the farm-to-table trend seriously. All of the butter and jam is homemade, meats are smoked on premises, and liquors are infused in-house.
  • The host makes for some goooood people watching...
  • Great food! Try the ribs and order warm buns to sop up the sauce!
  • Smoked brisket cornbread hash is amazing! Can't beat the $2 mimosas either