The barbecue chicken legs are getting a Dallas twist with the addition of the ‘barbecue’ brand of meat.
“We’ve got chicken legs and we’ve got some barbecued chicken thighs and we’re going to bring it to life with the Dallas BBQ,” said Michael D. Hagerty, president and CEO of Dallas BBQ.
The meat company is selling the chicken legs at the Dallas Barbecue Market for $4.99 and $9.99, respectively.
Barbecued beef is priced at $8.99.
“I think it’s a great fit for us,” said Hagerity.
The Dallas Barbecue Market, located at 1st Street and Broadway in Dallas, is known for its barbecue, as well as a variety of other barbecue products, such as burgers, wings, briskets, pulled pork and more.
Haggarty is also a regular at Dallas BBQ, having run the business since 2009.
“The best way to describe it is a meat market,” he said.
The restaurant is in the process of building a new patio.
“This is a lot of work, but we’re excited,” he added.
“When it opens, we will have a bar, and I want to see it with the barbecue.”
The restaurant will be able to serve up both barbecue and chicken, but customers will be allowed to order the meat from either place.
It’s unclear how many locations the restaurant will open, but the Dallas market has about 10,000 members and Hagerry said the business is growing fast.
“If we’re ever going to be able [to] take the next step, it’s going to take more people,” he told The Globe and Mail.
“It’s a very strong brand.
It has great flavor.”
Barbecuing chicken The Dallas barbecue market is not the first to offer barbecuing meat.
But, unlike the other meat vendors, the Dallas barbecue restaurant is not an establishment.
It is a food truck.
“You know, I think it will be a big deal to us because we’ve never done this before,” said Bryan Smith, owner of the Dallas Street Meat Truck.
“Everybody says it’s not a big restaurant.
It will be big.”
Hagery said the Dallas food truck has about 200 members, but that many of them are younger people who are trying to get into the barbecue industry.
Hagey said his company was looking for a way to grow in a way that will give members a taste of the real thing.
“Our goal is to create a new type of food experience for our members,” he explained.
Hagers is hoping the Dallas area will support the Dallas barbecues as they grow.
“Everywhere you look, we’re getting people coming in and they’re coming in with all these different kinds of meat,” he joked.
“What we’re trying to do is bring it back to the barbecue.
I think people are going to like it.”
The Dallas barbecue market, located in the heart of Dallas, opened in 2009.
It also has a branch in New York City, which is currently undergoing a redevelopment project.
The Houston-based company is hoping to open a similar restaurant in Austin, Texas.
“Right now we’re still in the planning stages,” Hagerys said.
“But we’ll be bringing it to the market as soon as we can.
I hope we get the opportunity to open it in the next few weeks.”
Barbecue chicken and beef The Dallas restaurant has been working on the barbecue beef for about two years.
“Since we opened in September of 2009, we’ve been working hard to improve the product,” Smith said.
He said the beef was a hit with customers and staff.
“They loved it,” he recalled.
Smith said the Texas-based restaurant also plans to add a bar to the restaurant.
The barbecuers will offer a selection of meats from Texas, as opposed to all meats from all across the country.
“Barbecued meats have a great flavor, a little bit of sweetness, a hint of smoke,” he shared.
“There are different cuts of beef and some pork that you can add on top.
We’re still figuring out how to do that, but I’m really excited to do it.”
Barbeque chicken meat The Dallas-area barbeque is a popular and traditional meat dish, with a rich and flavorful flavor.
“People love it, especially when they go to Texas, because it’s one of the best meats,” said Smith.
“Texas has really great barbecue, but there are some places that have a little more of a smoke flavor, which makes it more palatable.”
Hagers beef is sold at his Dallas Barbeq and Grill and he said the restaurant plans to start serving it in Austin in the near future.
The Texas-born meat dealer and his son, Bryan, are also hoping to add barbecue chicken to