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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Brisket and sausage were ok, good red beans and rice. Friendly people
David Monasmith @ Leon’s World’s Finest In & Out Bar-B-Que, 2017-02-22 17:38:19
Brisket and beef rib were both way over salted. This is the 4th time in the last 6 months with this same problem. Cooper's in Llano doesn't have this problem. I won't visit the Austin location again.
Wes Mantooth @ Cooper's Old Time Pit Bar-B-Que, 2017-02-21 03:53:13
Brisket and pork belly, beans and broccoli/cheese all were great
David Monasmith @ Killen’s Barbecue, 2017-02-19 23:02:56
I like the fact they are open on Sunday. Both the misses and I had two meat plates so I got to sample a lot of meat. The brisket was above average but lacked in smoke flavor. The bark on the brisket was very favorable. The ribs were tender but lacked in smoke. Smoked turkey was ok and the sausage was nothing special. I had to use the sauce to add flavor, and was surprised how good the sauce was. Not sweet and not bitter but good flavor. All in all it was not the best but I have had worse. I can see myself coming back.
Woodwill Smokers @ Texas Pride Barbeque, 2017-02-19 21:57:23
Ordered sausage plate. It was ok. Lied the sauce and broccoli salad
David Monasmith @ Luling Bar-B-Q, 2017-02-19 19:17:08
Love this place for their sausage and the memories of coming here as a child. Sausage is great (just remember to squeeze the grease out) muton is great as well. The sides are nothing special but I don't come here for those..... just the sausage.
Woodwill Smokers @ Gonzales Food Market, 2017-02-18 23:57:03
Great sides. Brisket was good.
brianbundy@yahoo.com @ Cousin’s Bar-B-Q, 2017-02-18 18:54:19
Went here a while ago... very bland and mediocre...
Woodwill Smokers @ Carl's BBQ, 2017-02-18 18:43:40
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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…