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Pecan Lodge

ADDRESS: 1010 S Pearl Expressway, Shed 2, Dallas Farmers Market, Dallas, TX 75201

CUISINE: Barbecue, Ribs, Sandwiches, Fried Chicken, Southern

FEATURES: BYOB, Handicap Access, Kid Friendly, Patio Seating, Smoke Free

DETAILS
Mesquite-smoked brisket, beef and pork ribs, pulled pork and Hill Country sausage made-in-house top the short but oh-so-spectacular menu at barbecue standout Pecan Lodge at the Dallas Farmers Market. Definitely partake of an order of burnt ends, when available. Southern-fried chicken and The "Hot Mess" — a baked sweet potato topped with barbacoa, chipotle cream, cheese, butter and green onions—  round out the menu. If at all possible, save a little space for Aunt Polly's Banana Pudding.
No alcohol available. BYOB. Serving lunch 11 am-3 pm (or until the meat runs out) Thu-Sun. Closed Mon-Wed.
"Glory be to lurlene, the nickname for owners Diane and Justin Fourton’s well-seasoned smoker. Justin, the pit master, adds his secret rubs and spices, but the magic of this tiny restaurant is created once the meat is tucked into Lurlene and she slowly puffs mesquite smoke over it until it glistens with black crust."
D Magazine, Best of Big D, August 2012

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Mesquite-smoked brisket, beef and pork ribs, pulled pork and Hill Country sausage made-in-house top the short but oh-so-spectacular menu at barbecue standout Pecan Lodge at the Dallas Farmers Market. Definitely partake of an order of burnt ends, when available. Southern-fried chicken and The "Hot Mess" — a baked sweet potato topped with barbacoa, chipotle cream, cheese, butter and green onions—  round out the menu. If at all possible, save a little space for Aunt Polly's Banana Pudding.



 
"Glory be to lurlene, the nickname for owners Diane and Justin Fourton’s well-seasoned smoker. Justin, the pit master, adds his secret rubs and spices, but the magic of this tiny restaurant is created once the meat is tucked into Lurlene and she slowly puffs mesquite smoke over it until it glistens with black crust."
D Magazine, Best of Big D, August 2012
ADDITIONAL DETAILS
No alcohol available. BYOB. Serving lunch 11 am-3 pm (or until the meat runs out) Thu-Sun. Closed Mon-Wed.

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