This week in Dish
|Texas Hold 'Em's black barrel smoker still churns out thick waves of smoke, but in a different location.|
, we take a look at Texas Hold 'Em BBQ
, that recently relocated
Fort Lauderdale smoke shack. Now on Seventh Street downtown just a block from the Andrews Avenue Publix, Texas Hold 'Em is enjoying a renaissance thanks to more foot traffic and an invigorated approach to 'cue. Owner Jeremy Armstead has reworked the menu, adding creative items like Texas nachos and overstuffed potatoes with smoky meat and sour cream. And the ribs -- always Texas Hold 'Em's hallmark -- are better than ever.
The full review is up here
. Feast on these pictures in the meantime.
|The storefront as it appears from Seventh Street.|
|Armstead's passion for music informs the decor. Classic album covers like this one from Funkadelic line the interior.|
|The trailer where THEBBQ got its start is parked alongside the building.|
|Texas nachos are smothered with smoked chicken, nacho cheese, barbecue sauce, and jalapenos.|
|The "All In" sandwich is a Southern take on a Pittsburgh Primanti Brothers sandwich, with coleslaw and sweet potato fries on top of Italian bread.|