Media and Press for Cattleack BBQ
Texas Monthly Names Cattleack #3 BBQ in Texas!
Barbecue enthusiasts in Texas are about to lose their minds. In Daniel Vaughn’s Texas Monthly list of the 50 best barbecue joints in Texas, Dallas-area restaurant Cattleack Barbeque nabbed an incredible No. 3 slot.
Ranked best barbecue by D Magazine in 2018, the meat cutters at Cattleack serve beef ribs, brisket, and pork ribs to lines of people waiting to eat at the backyard-themed restaurant. What started off as a hobby for owners Todd and Misty David, Cattleack BBQ has now...read more
There's no doubt that barbecue reigns king in Texas– and if you haven't experienced it first hand, then you basically haven't been living. But there's no need to make a pilgrimage down to Central Texas' barbecue belt to get your 'cue fix on when you can find some...read more
1 CATTLEACK BBQ NORTH DALLAS Photo courtesy of Cattleack BBQ Just getting into this cult destination can feel like cause for celebration. After all, it's ranked the third best barbecue joint (according to Texas Monthly) in the state. So as expected, you'll...read more
Even casual sports fans know about the Dream Team. Finally allowed to tap professionals to participate in the Olympics in 1992, Team USA picked the best basketball players the NBA had to offer and assembled what is widely considered the greatest sports team ever. The...read more
Last year, the Observer launched a new Dallas food fest: Between the Buns, celebrating the humble slider sandwich and its many, many variations. On Saturday, March 23, the event returns to the Dallas Farmers Market, where attendees can fill up on as many sliders as...read more
Every quarter, we reassess our list of the 50 best restaurants in Dallas. And it is that time for 2019. Click here to read the updated list. This time, shifts in the list echo new additions made in light of the research that went into sussing out the 10 gems that made...read more
A David Johnson podcast with Todd David, CEO & Co-Founder, Cattleack Barbeque.read more
Every year is a good year to be a food writer, but 2018 was an especially interesting year to eat in Dallas. The city’s diversity really came to the foreground: I visited restaurants as remote as McKinney and the far side of Arlington, and investigated the cuisines of...read more
We researched the Top 100 Dallas Restaurants the old-fashioned way: by eating at more than 400 Dallas-area restaurants for this list, ranging from a $300 tab at Flora Street Cafe to a Tibetan dumpling counter inside a gas station. Restaurants are ranked based on...read more
Over the past several years, Dallas has experienced a barbecue renaissance of sorts, opening some of the state's finest smokehouses in rapid succession. To be sure, it's a good time to be a smoked meats enthusiast in Dallas and Fort Worth. But where does one find the...read more