Dallas >Food & Dining > Bone Daddy's House Of Smoke
8856 Spring Valley Rd, Dallas, TX | Directions 7524032.939840 -96.768853
Fri-Sat: 11am-12am, Sun-Thu: 11am-11pm
too much chest – I saw the review on TV about this place - well I never been to this place but I tell you what - thats the reason the men go to these places is to look at the womens mid-drift and chests and they should not deny it either. Why don't they open a resturant where men are waiters and they wear no shirt and show their muscles and wear tight pants or g strings???
Food is soooo bad. – It was our first time to Bone Daddy's with high expectations. The girls were cute and friendly which is why they are there, to make you forget the terrible food. We had the brisket which was tolerable. The side dishes were horrible. We had the spuds and the corn. My husband loves corn but refused to eat that corn as it did not even have the taste of corn.
We were told that Bone Daddy's was a family environment, however; there were several jerks in the bar that felt they needed to show their ignorance by using obscene language. My husband talked to the Mgr and he finally took care of the situation.
The bottom line is we did not leave anything there that would cause us to ever go back. If that is the type of atmosphere you want, at least go to the other restaurant that likes it's servers to show more because the food is at least better.
Good food and Good Scenery – the place named after the sound an owl makes has nothing on this place. There is something to be said about good food and service, forget the fact that they have a bunch of babes working there. But enjoy the attention that they give and make sure that you glass is not empty and you have everything you need (get your mind out of the gutter). I had the combo plate since I like to sample. .
Best barbeque, best service and best atmophere of any BBQ restaurant in town! – Bone Daddy's is packed every time I go and for good reason. The food is great, the beers are cold, the service is killer and the servers are some of the friendliest in town. The babyback ribs are "fall off the bone" tender and the barbecue is perfectly smoked and tender. The sauce adds just the right amount of heat and sweet. The Macaroni and Cheese is better than Mom's and the beans are unlike any you've tried before. This is the perfect place to take friends from out of town that are looking to get a real platter of Texas BBQ.
There are TVs everywhere, so this is a great place to hang out and watch the game.
What Hooters does for wings and, um, legs, this joint does for barbecue, and then some. – The Scene
Single women will find a host of men here on any given night, though they might be a bit distracted. The waitstaff is taking up all their attention. Who notices the decor (beer signs and beer caps molded into acrylic table cloths) when hot young chicks wearing very little are leaning forward to serve up some of the best 'cue around?
Bone Daddy's makes superb barbecue. The specialty, a full rack of baby back ribs, is some of the best. The stuff is so fall-off-the-bone tender, one cannot pick up the ribs by the bones, and it's not fatty or greasy at all. They're just big, meaty ribs. Beer Can Chicken is less spectacular, though visually arresting. The cook makes a juicy rotisserie chicken and then stuffs it with an open beer can. Chicken fried steak is heavy on the pepper and memorable.
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