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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2nd visit in a week, both visits pretty plain BBQ brisket was bland no smoke no spice. Spare ribs dry and sausage no flavor sides are nothing to brag about I see a lot of folks eating stuffed bake potatoes sorta like you would get at Jason's Deli
@ Hinze's BBQ Bay City, 2016-10-24 17:15:30
Brisket today was a bit dry and flavorless. Still deserved 3 stars. Out of beef ribs
Terry r @ Stiles Switch BBQ & Brew, 2016-10-23 02:37:10
Ordered fatty brisket and Cole slaw plate. Brisket was pretty good but I had issues. 1). Counted burnt ends as fatty(moist) brisket. So not my cup of tea. Then they gave what looked like lean on plate as well. Good smoke ring but was a bit dry. Tasty but dry. Cole slaw was great. Crispy and spicy.
Terry r @ Freedmen's, 2016-10-23 01:39:46
Loaded potato and hot link Sandwich both perfect
douglas78@aol.com @ Fred’s Bar-B-Q, 2016-10-22 17:05:14
Love the pulled pork
David Monasmith @ Roegels Barbecue Co., 2016-10-21 17:42:20
Brisket and chicken plate with side Cole slaw. Assembly for moist but got half and half. Lean actually tasted better than then moist. Moist was stringy. No smoke ring on either. Chicken was great. Moist and smoky. Cole slaw was good with hint of ginger spice.
Terry r @ Black’s Barbecue, 2016-10-21 00:33:23
Best lunch I have had in a while. Everything was great.
David Monasmith @ The Pit Room, 2016-10-20 17:31:57
Had a loaded potato with sausage awesome as usual there sausage and hot links come from rudolphs in Dallas an old time butcher shop great food
douglas78@aol.com @ Fred’s Bar-B-Q, 2016-10-15 22:40:55
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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…