Dallas BBQ locations serving up the state’s best tacos
Last year, Americans ate more than 4.5 billion tacos according to www.nationaltacoday.com. Contributing to that number is the swath of North Texans who have indulged in Dallas BBQ locations newest var...
Last year, Americans ate more than 4.5 billion tacos according to www.nationaltacoday.com. Contributing to that number is the swath of North Texans who have indulged in Dallas BBQ locations newest variation in the taco trend, the brisket taco. National Taco Day is Oct. 4. What better way to celebrate than with a visit to a BBQ restaurant?
“Even though we have been in business for more than 42 years, this is the first year we are celebrating National Taco Day with our newest menu addition,” said Brett, CEO of Bar-B-Que. “After introducing brisket tacos last month, the feedback has been spectacular. It’s another way that we are staying innovative in the kitchen as our company grows.”
The website www.nationaltoday.com/us/ describes tacos as a culinary fiesta – owing to a variety of savory fillings. In Texas, people love brisket.
Dallas’s own BBQ brisket taco is made with tender, smoked beef brisket; fire-roasted salsa; and flour tortillas. Priced at just $9.99 for a combination with two 4-ounce sides, this tasty taco is available at all 17 BBQ locations for a limited time. Additional solo tacos are available for $3.49 each.
In addition to the roll-out of this limited time offer, Bar-B-Que has been leading the charge with continued innovation in the kitchen with several unique twists on classic barbecue dishes, such as the Soul Bowl, named a “must-try” barbeque dish in Dallas by ZAGAT, and Frontier Fries, the dish that Men’s Journal called “one of the most inventive french fries in America.” Dallas BBQ has expanded its regional franchising initiative and launched a national mail order program where guests and fans of BBQ can have signature meals delivered to their front doors.
For more than 40 years, local Dallas Bar-B-Que has satisfied the hardest to please barbecue lovers … Texans! Their selections of meats are cooked “low and slow” over hickory in a time-honored tradition: beef brisket, ham, hot links, sausage, turkey, chicken, pulled pork and, the crowd favorite, ribs. Ranch House Beans and Spicy Cream Corn are among the delicious homemade sides.
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