CATTLEACK BARBEQUE HOURS
OPEN THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS
FROM 10:30AM UNTIL WE RUN OUT OF MEAT!
1ST SATURDAY OF THE MONTH IS WHOLE HOG DAY
FROM 10:30AM TO 2:00PM
DON'T FORGET PITS & PUNCH WITH TODD,
ALSO THE 1ST SATURDAY OF THE MONTH STARTING AT 9:00AM
NEED TO KNOW FOR TO GO ORDERS:
MEATS: 20LBS MAX (Can be assortment)
SIDES: 3 PINTS MAX
ORDERS 20LBS OR MORE MUST BE PRE-ORDERED HERE 14 DAYS IN ADVANCE
is open every Thursday & Friday (and now, the 1st Saturday of every month) with our doors wide open at 10:30 a.m. (however sometimes the line builds fast) for our BBQ lunch dine-in or take-out service, and we keep serving until we run out of our “branded the best” smoked meats and sides. Come hungry because we’re serving a full menu! We’re located at 13628 Gamma Road, Dallas TX (just north of 635 and east of Midway - near Addison, TX and Farmers Branch, TX). If you are a true BBQ fanatic and like to explore Dallas for the best BBQ, come see us and keep up with us on Facebook and Twitter to find out about our BBQ featured menu items. We always recommend the ribs, brisket, pulled pork and sausage or the TODDFATHER Sandwich or the crack cake or... Ahhh let's be serious, we love and recommend it all...so come on in and enjoy our BBQ favorites. We can't wait to meet you!
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