The Salt Lick BBQ – Driftwood

I just have to start this off by saying that I had really high expectations for this restaurant.  I’ve seen it on the Food Network, all my co-works talk about it…it is everywhere.  When something is hyped up so much you pretty much know you are going to be disappointed, so I put off going for quite awhile.  I have never been more wrong in my life!  This is last-meal-ever kind of good. This is, I don’t care if I gain 20 pounds kind of good!  Trust me.

My boyfriend and I headed over there just last weekend.  One thing that I really disliked about the place is the super long wait.  We are talking hours here, so be sure you get there with plenty of time to spare.  The place is BYOB, which is good to know for next time, I’m sure a brew or two will make the wait seem shorter.  But as the saying goes, “hunger is the best sauce”, and this food was totally worth the wait.
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Woody Creek BBQ

Woody creek BBQ located on the west side of Fort Worth Texas and a location in Springtown about 40 miles west of down town Fort Worth serve traditional BBQ as well as some unique menu items for those that need to feel like they need a trend.

I’ll get right to it, when I go to new BBQ joint I look to make sure there are the traditional items that make a true BBQ place a BBQ place. While Woody Creek has Ribs, Brisket, Sausage, and Chicken, the Chicken breast is just Chicken breast. So no half Chickens or Chicken Quarters for you folks looking for traditional BBQ Chicken, this aint your joint. Continue reading

PGA Tour’s Hunter Haas favorite Fort Worth BBQ joints

Growing up in Fort Worth, TX it might be by default that one learns the Pleasures of Smoking BBQ and eating it on a regular basis. One early memory is of my mom picking up Cousins Pit BBQ for the whole family. This means gallons of tea, quarts of chopped and sliced brisket, and pints of various sides. To say a BBQ joint is the best in town is easy for some people to do. I tend to weigh out the positives of all my frequented established BBQ joints. Three great stops in Fort Worth are Angelo’s, Railhead, and Cousin’s, I should also mention the new player in town Hard8. My final score on Continue reading