Raymond’s Pit Bar-B-Q – Closed

10920 Garland Rd.
Dallas, TX 75218

Phone: (214) 327-5800
Hours: M-Thur 11-8:30, F-Sat 11-9

Opened 1981

TMBBQ Rating: 2

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Had the German sausage and moist brisket. German has a nice flavor snd the skin has a good crunch. I personally would prefer a more course texture. Brisket has a good bark, nice flavor. I swiped a rib from my son. It was a little dry from being the end piece. Good flavor.
Mae McKnight @ Back Forty Smokehouse, 2015-07-30 16:31:06
Special sausages and ribs today. Good thing only open one of my days off!
Ted hindes @ Cattleack Barbeque, 2015-07-30 16:17:21
Brisket was delicious. Moist withou being too fatty. Great meat crust. Sausage wasn't as good as advertised. Not bad. I was just expecting more.
pk @ Naaman’s Championship BBQ, 2015-07-30 11:43:54
It's the full pork ribs here that steal the show! Nice bark, not too thick or dry, good smoke ring and perfectly tender. One if the finest pork ribs in Tx. Chopped brisket and sausage were good. Service was excellent and the restaurant was very clean and well run.
Jim Males @ Virgie’s Bar-B-Que, 2015-07-30 00:06:43
Excellent brisket. Perfect smoke. tender great flavor.
Scott Newman @ Old 300 BBQ, 2015-07-29 17:34:19
Meat fell right off the bone but bother ribs and brisket were pretty dry
kyle craven @ Lee’s Hickory Smoked Bar-B-Q, 2015-07-29 17:25:25
Delicious!!! Beef rib is as big as my forearm! Brisket was fabulous, fell apart just looking at it. Peach cobbler was a nice finish.
Nicole Martin @ Louie Mueller Barbecue, 2015-07-28 18:00:52
Great beans sides. Best on their menu appeared to be the pork ribs fall of the bone tasted little sweet and not to smoked just right. Brisket good flavor but felt it was little dry.
Rudy Rodriguez @ Longhorn Cattle Company Barbecue and Steak Restaurant, 2015-07-28 14:18:04
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August 13, 2013

Update: This joint is permanently CLOSED. 2013: A meat cutter stood next to a cutting block loaded with smoked meat. It was all illuminated by a heat lamp. This was where the cafeteria line commenced. A plate was stacked with sliced brisket, pork ribs and warm, buttered Texas toast. I placed it on my tray and slid down the line. If you’ve eaten at an old cafeteria style joint like this one before, you know…