外围体育投注Hello my fellow Redditors, I'll be in Dallas at the end of the month and have been doing a bunch of research on the best BBQ food spots, I should definitely visit. I've narrowed it down to these locations but would really appreciate some feed back, as it's doubtful I'll be able to visit all 5.
外围体育投注Lockharts ( At Texas Live)
The Slow Bone
外围体育投注I should also probably mention that my main focus is Brisket.
外围体育投注Edit: Updated list
Pecan Lodge (heard mixed reviews)
外围体育投注Side note, might stop by Babes Chicken as I've read some great reviews.
I’m a 22 year old recent college grad from Oklahoma City. I’m moving to Dallas pretty soon for an accounting job. I’ve been to Dallas multiple time throughout my life, so I have somewhat of a feel for the city. I just don’t know what areas I should be looking at. I’m looking for somewhere cheap(ish), but I also don’t want to live in a dump. I’m hoping to find an apartment for about $1,000-$1,300 (forgive me if this is unrealistic). The nature of my job requires me to work at our clients’ offices rather than our home office downtown, so I have no idea where I’d even be driving to work everyday yet. I guess I’d prefer something more centrally located to account for this. It’d be nice to live in an area with a lot of young people/ young professionals, but with the state of the economy right now, price is definitely my main focus.
Already got awesome feedback on BBQ joints and since I'm visiting family, I wanted to take them out to a nice restaurant for dinner. Trying to narrow down which one.
Kenny's Wood Fire Grill
外围体育投注Nick & Sam's
And for dessert I want to check out ~Rise n°1.
Thoughts? Feedback? Thanks!!
I am talking hole in the wall, good authentic tacos, or as some refer to them, "street tacos". I am sure there are other threads on here debating where the best tacos are but I believe all tacos matter and I will most likely visit all suggestions. I am in Plano area but commute all over so don't hold back.
Let me know what is good around here!
I am being transferred to my company’s Plano office and am looking for neighborhood recommendations.
My boyfriend and I are in our late 20s... young professionals who like to be social, go to local restaurants and bars, concerts, etc. I’m looking for a neighborhood where we can buy a place under $300k that isn’t too far from Plano for my commute, is more progressive (LGBT friendly) and is close enough to a good social scene to make friends. I’m willing to commute up to about 45 minutes if it means being in a good neighborhood - the office is in Plano close to Legacy Town Center.
I’d appreciate any input or guidance... I just don’t want to end up in an area that’s all families and no one our age!