Welcome to Luckie’s SmokeHouse
Chicken, Sausage, Brisket, Pulled Pork, Ribs and Sausage
Hearing about this pub opening on Pegasus Information, I could not wait to head west on I-30 and give it a consideration. Perhaps this location would demonstrate to be that elusive BBQ joint in Dallas that serves truly fantastic ‘cue. As I pulled into the shopping center parking lot, I was instantly filled with skepticism upon seeing the phrases “Famous BBQ” on the signal. Just how can a brand new restaurant with no BBQ background be popular? Try out and remain open for at least a month prior to making such needless claims.
Three eager staff clamored to consider a friend and I’s order. We chose sides from a massive chalkboard labelled”Side Objects” but had been informed that some have been not obtainable, and other folks, like the fried green beans, weren’t genuinely regarded as sides, but had to be ordered separately. I chose a 3 meat plate with sliced brisket, pork ribs and pulled pork, as they did not nevertheless have sausage. A side of all three available sauces was added onto the tray.
Ribs have been generously sized spare ribs. The difficult meat was covered in a thick layer of rub so hefty on the chile powder, its taste resembled taco seasoning. Tearing at the meat with my teeth only unveiled thick layers of unrendered fat beneath. The brisket was among the worst that I’ve ever eaten. Slices had been tough with most of the intramuscular unwanted fat nevertheless intact from the inadequate smoking time. The complete lack of crust, smoke ring and flavor makes me question no matter whether this meat had just been boiled close to the smoker and even now considered barbecue. The pulled pork was the only meat of merit here, but even it had been cooked too fast leaving difficult chunks of meat that had no likelihood of being “pulled” apart.