Designed after Texas-style BBQ, Dickey’s Barbecue Pit has been a mainstay of our family since we heard that kids eat free on Sundays. They drew us in with their Sunday special and we keep on coming back for more because of their great bites at rock bottom prices. And with unlimited soft-serve- what is there not to love about this place?
Pass the Pork
Pile on the Sauce
Taste: Their slow-cooked meats are cooked to mouth-watering perfection. They have a wide variety of sauces and my favorite is the original. Make sure to get some “onion tangles” and Kyle loves their mac n’ cheese.
Presentation: All of the food comes in little baskets and just remember, it ain’t gormet, it’s bbq. Just relax and dig in.
Originality: This is only a bbq place, but one thing that does make it stick out is it’s Texas-Style meat prep. All your standard fare can be found here, but it is oh-so-tastey!
Service: The customer service experience here is pretty minimal because all you do is order at the front, they hand you the food and then you’re done. You fill your own drinks and bus your own table so the focus is more on the food than the service.
Appearance: With cozy tables with blue calico tables clothes and a few TVs up, eating at Dickey’s feels very close to home. They run children’s programing on one TV and sports on the other so everybody has something to watch.
Value: Every sandwich meal comes with two sides and runs about $9, not including drinks. Since kids eat free on Sundays, we can pile high the food for all four of us for about $20. They also run several different weeknight specials, check out their website for more info.
Restrooms: Nothing special here, but they keep ‘em clean.
So next time it’s Sunday and you have a hankering for some good bbq, hit up Dickey’s and we’ll see ya there!