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Eat Me: Burnt Ends At Work


by Steven Doyle

Only sold once a week, the burnt ends at Work in Deep Ellum are well worth waiting for. Sold only on Thursdays at the restaurant, you can also find some silken brisket every day of the week. If you should decide to brave the lines for the burnt ends, know that they sell quickly, and you may wish to be first in line when the restaurant opens. Best bet for acquiring the burnt ends? Become best friends with pitmaster, Doug Pickering.    Continue reading

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Work Bar and Grill Works For Me

DSC09357by Steven Doyle

BBQ is always a source of consternation. Opinions on the perfect rack of ribs or slice of Texas brisket will always weigh heavy for those that love the smoked meats. There is certainly room for everyone in the BBQ field or we would not see the sad chains that dot the dining landscape. That said, I found a wonderful example of brisket last night in Deep Ellum at Work, which has been in business for the past six months. There I met up with managing partner, Shea Comer and pitmaster Doug Pickering.

For Comer, this is his first restaurant. He previously held posts at various restaurants and taverns, usually behind the bar. Like most in the business, Comer had a hankering for a restaurant of his very own. This is where it gets interesting. Comer met up with his new partners who were just looking to own a bar when he suggested a they do both food and booze. Work was born.    Continue reading

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