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Dayne’s Craft Barbecue

Photograph by Daniel Vaughn

Not long ago, husband-and-wife duo Dayne and Ashley Weaver were selling barbecue out of their backyard. Then they progressed to the pop-up scene and, finally, to a home at Lola’s Trailer Park, in Fort Worth’s Cultural District. The crew plates some of the most attractive spreads in the state: a platter of artfully arranged black-bark brisket, red-hued ribs, silky white pork belly, house-made pickles, street corn, and pink pickled onions would tempt even the Instagram-averse to take a photo. Weaver’s sausage program is one of the more creative ones in the state, as evidenced by his blueberry-and-Gouda version. Adding some of the bacon brisket (pork belly cooked like brisket) is a nice way to round out your meal, which you should enjoy on the covered patio with a drink from Lola’s Saloon.

City: Fort Worth

Cuisine:

Method: Red oak and post oak; offset smoker

Pitmaster: Thomas Loven, 26; Dayne Weaver, 34 

Pro-tip: If you go on a Sunday, check out the specialty burgers, such as the jalapeño-Havarti.

Drinks: Bar

Price: $$

Rating: ★★★

Address: 2735 W. 5th, Fort Worth, TX

Hours: Fri–Sun 11–4

Phone: 682-472-0181

Website: www.daynescraftbarbecue.com

Year Opened: 2019

Last updated: January 28, 2020

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