Everything is BIG in Texas and that includes food served on the dining table. If ever you are visiting here and get to be invited to an afternoon barbecue, you better get yourself ready because when it comes to grilling and eating, Texans know that the only way to go is to serve big and juicy meat. And if a “whole lot of food” and a “whole lot of fun” is your kind of thing then you have to go to Dickey’s Barbecue Pit where they have the juiciest meats every time.
What’s on the Grill?
Dickey’s is your ultimate barbecue party serving slow smoked, southern style Pulled Pork; hickory smoke to perfection Beef Brisket, glazed spiral cut Barbecue Honey Ham, bursting with jalapeno Spicy Cheddar Sausage, traditional style Polish Sausage, meat falling off the bones Pork Ribs, and savory, Italian marinated Chicken Breasts.
All of these entrees have a story or two to tell but everyone’s favorite has got to be the Beef Brisket. Everyone on their first time at Dickey’s tried the Beef Brisket and that was enough to make them keep coming back. You can order by pound or in whole but either way you will be eating a load that you cannot imagine you could even finish in your wildest dreams. People who have ordered and finished a hefty portion of this meat have all gone beyond their limits because it’s simply so juicy and tender that can convert a herbivore to a carnivore in seconds. If you are ever caught face to face with this entrée, you’d be hungry and aggressive like the T-Rex in Jurassic Park, only this time the meat won’t be screaming and running away.
For sides, Dickey’s is serving Barbecue Beans, Creamy Coleslaw, Potato Salad, Baked Potato Casserole, Caesar Salad, Mac and Cheese, Jalapeno Beans, Green Beans with Bacon, Chips, Fried Okra, Fried Onion Tanglers and Waffle Iron Fries.
Creamy Coleslaw, Potato Salad and Potato Casserole always go well with grilled meat. Mac and Cheese is always a favorite especially for kids. Now, if you want to know the meaning of “spicy” try the Jalapeno beans and the Fried Onion Tanglers.
But before eating your main course, don’t forget to take in a lot of fiber. Dickey’s is also serving fresh bowls of salads. You can start with something simple like the Garden Salad; romaine lettuce, shredded cheddar, croutons covered in ranch dressing, the classic Chicken Caesar Salad; sliced chicken, romaine lettuce, shredded parmesan, croutons covered in Caesar dressing, or the house specialty, Smokehouse Salad, that’s chopped beef brisket, romaine lettuce, shredded cheddar, fried onion tanglers covered with ranch dressing.
For special freebies and promos, there’s one happening every meal. Everyone is treated to free ice cream for dessert. And Sundays, all kids get to eat for free. Now, how’s that for family fun?
If you want to have a “caboodle” for a take-out, something to bring home from the office for a very special family dinner, you can get the XL Family Pack which is enough to satisfy 6 to 8 persons. It comes with a choice of 3 meats, a pounds worth for every choice, 4 medium sides, 8 dinner rolls and barbecue sauce.
For a smaller version of this take-out, you take home the regular family pack which is good for 4 to 6 persons; 2 choices of meat, 3 medium sides, 6 rolls and barbecue sauce. And an even smaller version, there’s the Picnic Pack that’s good for 2 to 4 individuals; a pound of your choice meat with 2 medium sides, 4 rolls and barbecue sauce.
Customers who have tried Dickey’s Barbecue Pit have made each visit a family tradition and that’s exactly how they treat you there. If you are anywhere near a Dickey’s you are doing yourself a disfavor if you don’t stop by and try it out.