Where to find the best BBQ in Fort Worth

Goldee's Barbecue
Best BBQ in the Texas | photo via sawx04

Fort Worth just put its name on the map for the best BBQ in the Lone Star State.🍖  

Texas Monthly recently released its top 50 BBQ restaurants in Texas for the first time in 4 years.

We’ve got all the fixins on the local barbecue you can try, as long as you get there before it sells out

🥩 Goldee’s Barbecue — No. 1 in Texas, 4645 Dick Price Rd.

A group of friends opened Goldee’s in 2020 and it’s already getting recognition for its scratch-made classics: meats, sides, pickles + bread. 

Plus, customers can enjoy free beer while they wait to be served.

Goldee's Barbecue
Barbecue plate from Goldee’s Barbecue | photo via @sawx04

🥩 Panther City BBQ No. 10 in Texas, 201 E. Hattie St.

Panther City BBQ’s mix of Tex-Mex and BBQ stole the show. Known for its brisket elote, the dive joint also serves up staples like spareribs, smoked turkey, sausages + pork belly poppers.

Lunch platter from Panther City BBQ
Lunch platter from Panther City BBQ | photo via @babesandbbq

Two other FTW spots made it into the Top 50

🥩 Dayne’s Craft Barbecue, 2735 W. 5th St.

Dayne’s Craft Barbecue made a name for itself for how it sources its meat. It serves up specialty burgers like the jalapeño Havarti, along with classics like the prime brisket + jalapeño-cheddar sausage links.

🥩 Smoke-A-Holics BBQ, 1417 Evans Ave.

It’s not a trip to Smoke-A-Holics BBQ if you didn’t try the spicy collard greens, banana pudding, or a classic Coca-Cola cake. Other noteworthy dishes are the juicy turkey and chicken sandwich + crispy rib tips.

You want more? We’ve got more.

🥩 Woodshed Smokehouse, 3201 Riverfront Dr.

Woodshed Smokehouse is notorious for its 28-day dry-aged smoked brisket and beef ribs. You can get 3 ounces of brisket for just $9.

🥩 Heim Barbecue, 1109 W. Magnolia Ave.

Sink your teeth in the most tender ribs in the city at Heim BBQ. Order a combo pork rib plate and your BBQ cravings are bound to be satisfied.