Great food and plenty of it equals a successful Super Bowl party. Crossbuck BBQ & Smokehouse is proud to offer big game BBQ party packs and special bulk pricing that will make you the MVP of your Super Sunday watch party.
Hitting a combination of all the Super Bowl favorites, Crossbuck features party packs to make ordering easy:
OAK’D BBQ will open a second location in February 2023 in the building previously occupied for 20 years by Richard Chamberlain as Chamberlain Seafood located at 4525 Beltline Road, Addison, TX 75001. The keyword at OAK’D is “elevated”: the Wagyu Brisket comes directly from Rosewood Ranch, infused with the vanilla-tinged flavor of Texas post oak smoke and cradled in a peppery bark. Their prime beef is 100% Texas black angus.
Pecan Lodge is now taking orders online for a selection of tasty smoked meats, savory sides and decadent desserts for the holiday table.
Choose from traditional smoked turkey or ham with apricot-molasses glaze, spice crusted beef tenderloin, whole smoked brisket, burnt ends, racks of ribs, handmade smoked sausage links, Southern cornbread stuffing, pulled pork and brisket tamales, cranberry sauce, macaroni and cheese and peach cobbler as well as all of Pecan Lodge’s holiday inspired sides and desserts ($18-$275).
Lockhart Smokehouse is smokin’ this season with family-style portions to celebrate the holidays at home. From the smokehouse enjoy fully smoked hams, turkeys, briskets and prime rib served alongside green bean casseroles, mac and cheese and s’mores bread pudding and peach cobbler for dessert ($38-$215).
Authentic Texas hospitality and barbecue has made its way back to its roots in Lockhart by way of the Black family – Terry, Patti, Christina, Mike and Mark. Nestled on 900 North Colorado Street, Terry Black’s Barbecue brings brisket, beef ribs, and ice-cold beer as they welcome their third location opening.
“Lockhart was designated the barbecue capital of Texas by the Texas State legislature, so it’s been a dream to come back home and open a Terry Black’s barbecue location there,” said Mike Black. “We’re excited to get back to where it all began for our family and give the community some amazing barbecue.”
One of Dallas’s most famous Pitmasters is offering a special Texas treat this Thanksgiving. Tim McLaughlin and his team at Crossbuck BBQ and Smokehouse will be smoking turkeys (with gravy), hams, prime rib and briskets in Texas fashion…low n’ slow with a blend of post oak, hickory and fruit wood smoke.
The fine-dining chef turned Pitmaster will also be serving homestyle sides including green bean casserole, scalloped and cheesy potato casserole, roasted and smoked potatoes, Vermont cheddar mac n’ cheese, and creamy hominy along with Crossbuck’s fluffy house rolls (sold by the baker’s dozen). All pan sides will be fully cooked, chilled, and ready for you to easily reheat and serve in amounts designed for 10 to 20 people.