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Smoke

BBQ Joint$$$$
Fort Worth Avenue, Dallas
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  • Scott
    "Get the Big Rib, it's Flinstones sized and it's amazing"(9 Tips)
    HJ S.
    "Try the brisket eggs Benedict and don't forget the side of bacon!!"(27 Tips)
    Patrick M.
    "Great eggs Benedict too, but the hash really takes the cake."(7 Tips)
    Wolfgang Puck
    "whole hog BBQ eggs Benedict with goat cheese potato cakes!"(2 Tips)
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  • Kaminsky E.
    Kaminsky EvansJanuary 26, 2015
    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.
    Upvoted May 4
  • Andrew T.
    Andrew TiuSeptember 27, 2012
    Get the brisket, get the brisket. Cabrito dish is savory and very unique too. Be sure to get your free dessert for first time check-ins. I recommend the key lime merengue pie. Oh and GET THE BRISKET!
  • Ellis S.
    Ellis SMay 6
    Everything is delicious. The pulled pork was awesome. Had the family meal, which came with extra thick smoked bacon, very flavorful. Their drinks are superb, especially the Bloody Mary and the 901
  • DallasBUBear
    DallasBUBearJuly 18, 2011
    Don't miss the burger with fried egg and thick amazing bacon. Hands down the best burger in Dallas. Try all their signature sauces. Take an after dinner stroll next door for the best view of downtown!
  • Anne E.
    Anne EbelingDecember 30, 2012
    delicious. had fantastic omelette and great, really different bloody mary. loved the pickled stuff. didn't care for ginger dressing on the salad that accompanied my omelette - seemed out of place.
  • Kurt von Schleicher w.
    Hardwood-smoked ham or paprika and fennel seed beef sausage or bacon! Tim Byres (Chef/Owner) knows what's up for breakfast. BTW This is also my favorite BBQ spot in DFdub.
  • Kurt von Schleicher w.
    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.
  • Jason K.
    Jason KyleFebruary 16, 2012
    You can catch me here either for drinks or Sunday Brunch mostly. Sundays are made fun days starting out at Smoke for Brunch then heading over to Bar Belmont next door for "just one more."
  • Casey C.
    Casey CheeNovember 10, 2012
    They won't let you sample a side (a tiny spoon!) a side, and are very rude even at the question, so you better be sure you like what you order! No pleased with out waiter and service.
  • The Feast
    The FeastJune 12, 2011
    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. Read more
  • Brittney P.
    Brittney PotterMarch 14, 2015
    Not bad... $4 mimosas. I went with the Farm Eggs Your Way and got their grits & biscuit with homemade jelly. Yum!
  • Laura A.
    Laura ArbiosMay 16, 2011
    Trying to eat healthy and enjoy Texas BBQ? Get the FRESH squeezed-in-front-of-you grapefruit juice, and the fresh fish for lunch- halibut today. BBQ craving satisfied in a BIG way!! I <3 Smoke!!
  • Patrick M.
    The Hash was delicious. Great eggs Benedict too, but the hash really takes the cake. Try the Bloody Mary if you're feeling like you need a drink
  • Aaron S.
    Aaron SegalJuly 7, 2013
    Brunch: First of all, you MUST get the pancakes and brisket hash. Also get a side of the bacon. Trust me. You've never had bacon like this before.
  • Stephanie R.
    Ask your waitress if the Big Rib is available when you are seated, and she can reserve one for you before the rest of the table orders!
  • Dallas Observer
    Dallas ObserverAugust 4, 2014
    As the name implies, there is plenty of barbecue-from brisket to ribs to real Carolina-style pulled pork. Read more
  • Dallas Observer
    Dallas ObserverSeptember 17, 2014
    Get ready for some of the biggest, fluffiest pancakes you've ever encountered, alongside house-smoked sausages and a ton of smoked brisket.
  • @concepcion__g
    @concepcion__gOctober 27, 2012
    This place was awesome. Great techy ways to call you when your table is ready. Eggs Benedict were soo good. Definitly coming back.
  • Christine K.
    Christine KominiakJuly 2, 2012
    Try the smoked pork chop...it's moist and delicious! Also the scallops were tender and amazing!
  • Betty L.
    Betty LovellJuly 15, 2012
    Brisket, sausage and ribs, oh my! Must not leave without trying the lime pie (at least one bite, if you can possibly push away)!
  • Carlo R.
    Carlo RichAugust 25, 2013
    While waiting for your table, go next door to "The Belmont Bar" have a drink and take in the great view of downtown Dallas.
  • Maria S.
    Maria SommerOctober 24, 2015
    Smoked brisket cornbread hash is amazing! Can't beat the $2 mimosas either 👍🏼
  • Steve R.
    Steve RobinsonDecember 18, 2014
    Great modern BBQ! Awesome scotch selection and friendly staff. Have the pork chop, it's as good as you'll ever have.
  • Stephanie H.
    Stephanie HoockFebruary 20, 2012
    Order the off-the-menu EB&D Burger. Out of this world massive Burger with deep fried poached egg and Bacon on top.
  • Wolfgang Puck
    Wolfgang PuckApril 26, 2012
    Chef Patton Robertson, of Five Sixty, recommends the pulled, whole hog BBQ eggs Benedict with goat cheese potato cakes!
  • Josh S.
    Josh SingerDecember 15, 2014
    Amazing artisan BBQ. Recommend the coffee brisket sandwich with cheese grits.
  • Gilt City
    Gilt CityAugust 4, 2011
    Chef Tim Bynes' biscuits are out of this world. Perfect for mopping up all those leftover juices on your plate.
  • Kurt von Schleicher w.
    My very favorite for BBQ in Dallas! Ask for the Big Rib! All here is good, but that's the best!
  • HJ S.
    HJ SylvesterSeptember 25, 2013
    Returned to try my exact dish again and wasn't as good... Is it you? Maybe it's me.. I really wanted to like it... Maybe it was the not so friendly, slightly impatient waitress..?
  • Lance P.
    The brisket is legit. Hands down the best I've ever had. I will come back here the next time I'm in town!
  • Joshua K.
    Joshua KieselbachDecember 31, 2015
    The spare ribs & brisket are great, and you get a good amount of food for what you pay.
  • Baby_mank
    Baby_mankJuly 21, 2012
    The Pork Chop is amazing. Service is always great. They have the best and only Bloody Mary I like.
  • Kurt von Schleicher w.
    One of my favorites in Dallas – Smoke! Four star. They have a different approach. It’s kind of like gourmet bbq. Ph. 214- 393-4141 www.smokerestaurant.com
  • Doug F.
    Doug FuentesJuly 1, 2010
    Get the ribs and be sure to get a bun to sop up the sauce. The blueberry buckle is awesome as well!
  • Andrew
    AndrewFebruary 2, 2013
    Whole hog bbq eggs benedict every time. Never disappoints. One of the best brunch spots in Dallas.
  • Carolee M.
    Carolee MitchellMay 1, 2010
    The Gypsy Rose cocktail is delightful! Strawberry vodka, mulled strawberries, Main sasparilla & thyme. Yum!
  • Dallas Observer
    Dallas ObserverSeptember 17, 2013
    Slather on some of Smoke’s house-made jam and you have some down-home—albeit artisanal—eating.
  • Steve F.
    Steve F.July 23, 2011
    Try the Double Barrel Bloody Mary or the 901, they are some of the best drinks on the menu!
  • Dallas Observer
    Dallas ObserverSeptember 3, 2013
    Don't plan on a productive afternoon after filling up on handmade biscuits and sausage gravy or smoked salmon eggs florentine at Smoke.
  • Tony R.
    Tony RosenbergDecember 21, 2013
    It's "okay" kind of "hip cowboy", I guess. Portions were super small, food was a little better than okay.
  • Alisa P.
    Alisa PhelpsMarch 9, 2012
    If u get dessert, u absolutely have to get the churros. I was amazed how good it was.
  • Mary P.
    Mary PopinsApril 21, 2013
    This is what I call food. This is and excellent restaurant. Every plate is excellent!!!
  • Dave B.
    Dave BattenSeptember 16, 2015
    Hoummous to start, then whatever meal you pick is good!
  • RP
    RPNovember 18, 2011
    Try the cabrito. Trust me.OH, and brunch. Best pancakes EVER + brisket hash = heaven.
  • Eater
    EaterOctober 5, 2011
    The barbecue baby of Tim Byres is one of the city's best-received and best-executed restaurants. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Gluten-free Dallas
    The big rib is the way to go. Make sure to bring that bone home to fido. He'll be forever in your debt.
  • Jairy G.
    Jairy GrisaffeApril 26, 2010
    The goat cheese potato cakes are the bees knees. This place also plays really great music.
  • Suresh V.
    Suresh ValloppillilJanuary 18, 2014
    Don't order the BBQ Octopus. It was a tiny portion of only 3 baby Octopus for $13!
  • Josh K.
    Josh KurzweilJune 3, 2012
    Try the Pulled Whole Hog Bbq Eggs Benedict With Goat Cheese Potato Cakes
  • Rajesh M.
    Rajesh MidhaJuly 25, 2012
    Delicious dinner... Highly recommend the arugula salad, pork chop and peanut butter and chocolate pie for dessert!
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