It’s not exactly new, it’s not flashy, and it’s not dogmatic about the barbecue style it serves, but Off the Bone Barbeque in Dallas’s Cedars neighborhood is just good. Dwight Harvey has run this joint in a converted gas station with his son Steven since 2008. It was a scheme to keep Dwight busy after retirement, and to take the next step in their successful catering business. The ribs are tender and just toothsome enough to stay on the bone after at least the first bite. You can get better sliced brisket in Dallas, but I’ve never had them serve dry, undercooked, or less than fresh brisket here either. It’s a small family business that truly is interested in your experience. If something’s off, you can either find Dwight darting around the small dining room or behind the counter.