Sammy’s smoked brisket is eminently juicy, luxuriously fatty, and pleasantly smoky. In short, it’s excellent.
No matter the day, you won’t get yesterday’s brisket. Owner Marshall Prichard smokes meat with the intent to sell it all. “You don’t want some brisket brick that’s been sitting there for three days,” he told us. And it’s priced to sell. In fact, this might be the best value brisket in Dallas. A pound of the stuff is just $13.95, but the smarter order is a three meat plate with all brisket. You’ll end up with about a pound of meat anyway for $12.95, and you’ll get two sides.
Method: Hickory in a Wood-Fired Rotisserie
Pitmaster: Marshall Prichard
Until this week, I had never enjoyed a great bite of barbecue at Sammy’s BBQ in Uptown Dallas. I used to work in the neighborhood when I had a desk job, but Sammy’s was a lunch option only if somebody else was choosing. I had become a barbecue snob, and I was wasting no time on …