Photo by Melody Asgari.

Scenes from Smoked Dallas at Main Street Garden

The meat-centric festival included tastings from Texas pitmasters, bites from nationally celebrated chefs, and live music.

Hundreds of barbecue enthusiasts gathered at Main Street Garden on Saturday in celebration of Smoked Dallas. The meat-centric festival included tastings from Texas pitmasters, bites from nationally celebrated chefs, and live music.

Our photo intern, Melody Asgari, was on hand to capture the scene.

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  • Kelly Flatt

    I recently traveled to Dallas/Ft. Worth to try some Bar-B-Que that I read about on the internet. I studied about 25 brands, and decided to try 2, Angelos in Ft. Worth, and Pecan Lodge in Dallas. Angelos ribs were horrible, and the brisket was bad. Tough with no flavor. Pecan Lodge was a smigin better. The ribs were horrible, the brisket, although too much fat, was at least tender, but there was no flavor. The fried okra was from a frozen bag. It’s fine to sell sub par food, but you cant charge a high price and put articles out about bad food. Pecan Lodge had a framed “D” article saying they were the best in Dallas. Not nearly true. I ate at “Meat you Anywhere” a couple months ago. Was really good.