Mike Anderson's BBQ Coupons and Deals
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The smoke from a wood-fire oven enhances meat with complex flavors and can create a smoke screen so that no one sees you eat an entire roast boar. Pig out with this Groupon. $15 for $30 Worth of Barbecue The menu highlights such Southern classics as pulled-pork sandwiches ($5), barbecue frito pie ($10), and beef-brisket sandwich plates ($10) with a choice of two sides, such as garlic coleslaw and Granny’s peach cobbler.
GET SAUCEDWith a spotlight feature in D magazine and 4.5 stars on Urbanspoon, it's no secret Mike Anderson’s BBQ in Dallas serves up can't-miss, mouth-watering platters of hickory-smoked beef brisket, pulled pork and more. $10 gets you $20 to spend on his slow-cooked fare, mighty helpings of country sides and a complimentary soft-serve treat for dessert. Everything comes smothered in his famous sauce and rivals any secret family recipe. Enough talk—gather 'round the fire and get down to eatin'!BACK TO BBQ BASICSMike Anderson's BBQ has been serving classic "Texas Cookin" to hungry lunch crowds since 1982. The friendly, cafeteria-style service and heated, outdoor deck let customers relax and enjoy the famous homemade plates, sandwiches, spuds, salads and countless sides. Dine in, take it home or check out the catering menu for your next big function. Open for lunch Monday through Saturday from 10am to 2:30pm. Stay in the know about what Mike's got cookin'—check out their page on Facebook. REVIEWSNick G. on Yelp:I really liked this place...everything was great! And the cafeteria style line actually was very efficient [it moved] pretty fast. I ordered their brisket, sliced and piled high, along with a massive baked potato with all the fixings. I wasn't going to get the potato, but the person in front of me got it, and I have to say, I was impressed. I was very happy with this selection once I'd tried it too, WOW, best baked potato I've ever had by far. The meat was cooked perfectly, had that smokey flavor but it wasn't overpowering, while being oh so juicy! Sweet tea was refreshing and perfectly complimented the food. Lastly, for dessert I tried their banana pudding, and found it to be quite yummy.Roy Wheatley on UrbanSpoon:Mike knows BBQ. He has my vote as well as all the guys I work with who eat there quite often. I only wish he had longer hours of operation. He is located across the road from Parkland Hospital on Harry Hines and serves the best BBQ you find. The sides are absolutely great as well. Don't leave without the great cherry/pineapple cobbler. You will be so full, you'll be ready for an afternoon nap. Sorry his business is not open in the evening hours, but it the best place for lunch there is in the Dallas area, period. He gets 5 stars from me. Bill Searcy on UrbanSpoon:I just had lunch at Mike Anderson's BBQ for the first time. I got the three meat platter.. WOW, Mike has the best brisket, cut thick super moist and tender, tastes great with his BBQ Sauce.. Better fried okra than MOM's. A very nice touch serving toasted bread. I also had the ribs and sausage, one word: excellent. More sides than you can count. Can't wait to go back for the pulled pork sandwich.