I’m usually not the one to wait in line for a restaurant but I’m on vacay & friends/family wanted to go. I’m glad they got me to go. Line moved quickly, ordering was easy, food serving was ample and most importantly it was good. Definitely recommend a trip to Deep Ellum for this eatery.
If Pecan Lodge has the most delicious barbecue in Dallas, no one would object to it. The long queues on weekends are enough to prove it. The grilled meat part does not need to be recommended. The ribs on the outside and tender on the inside, the brisket with fat and thin meat, and the special spicy sausage are all perfect; the highlight is the arm-sized grilled beef ribs, which is better than pork ribs. Tender is more juicy, but the portion is too big, more people can order one to share
There is a lot of meat, I hope not to be too fat after eating
Barbecue enthusiasts always line up in groups in restaurants, looking for the best beef brisket, sausages and Peacan Lounge’s signature beef ribs. Don’t forget to leave a place to end your dinner with a bowl of banana pudding-the recipe was made by the grandmother of the restaurant’s co-owner Diane Forton. It’s a very "old-fashioned" recipe, fragrant but not sweet. It can't be better to serve a bowl after eating meat!
Pecan Lodge is very well-known, and every rotisserie recommends it to be on the list. There are many kinds of meat, and each one can surprise you. The sauces and marinades are carefully prepared, so you can't stop one bite after another! Stir-fried okra is relatively rare and has a domestic flavor~ You usually need to queue up on weekends, but who can refuse to eat meat and drink while watching live band performances?