Yep. This is yet another post about “take out,” but it’s not about five star tacos. It’s about barbecue! I love ribs, and this is where I usually go for it. There’s something about eating with my hands that makes me feel a bit macho. Grounded. Animalistic… Then I go home and listen to Jason Mraz and watch the WWE. Anyways, it’s hit or miss here with their ribs, but hit more than miss. There were times when I’ve had more bone than meat, but after I eat my sides and the “other” meat (I always get two meats in case one is lacking in quality), I always leave full and satisfied. They may not have servers, but they have a huge dining area with a “salad bar” stationed in the the center where you can get pickles, onions, jalapenos, etc. Also, they have sweet tea! If you look at the pictures, you’ll also see they have beer.
On this visit, I got the ribs with brisket, green beans, and spiced tomatoes. My friend got ribs with sausage and a stuffed baked potato. I had sweet tea instead of beer this time. It was early. Trying to be responsible since I had to work soon. (I should’ve had a beer.) Two of my ribs were AWESOME and meaty, and one was mostly bone, but hey, I eat too much anyways, AND I left super full. Full, happy, and ready for a quick nap. 🙂
Of course, you can order family dinners if you don’t feel like cooking after a long day. Check it out. There’s a nice Texas theme goin’ on.
Baker’s Ribs Dallas Menu (Greenville Avenue)