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Sonny Bryan's Smokehouse

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1251 W Campbell Rd Richardson TX 75080
Phone
(972) 664-9494
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Status: Opens in 46 minutes

Sunday
11:00am-9:00pm
Monday
11:00am-9:00pm
Tuesday
11:00am-9:00pm
Wednesday
11:00am-9:00pm
Thursday
11:00am-9:00pm
Friday
11:00am-9:00pm
Saturday
11:00am-9:00pm

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Sonny Bryans Smokehouse has 9 Dallas/Fort Worth BBQ restaurants and a new location in Sandy, Utah. Order BBQ online - catering, take out, or BBQ delivery from Sonny Bryans.

Dine in, take out or host a smokin’ soiree inside our Mustang Room - a private party room for up to 100 people. Our Richardson location is situated on West Campbell Road just east of Coit Road.

Operational since 1910, Sonny Bryan's Smokehouse is a group of restaurants that serves a variety of food items and beverages. The restaurant s menu features pork, chicken, ham and turkey dishes. It offers prime rib, sausage, green beans, mashed potatoes, french fries, finger chips and onion rings. The restaurant also serves corn dogs, chicken strips and vegetables, as well as meat, garden,...

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Sonny Bryan's Smokehouse
Reviewer Name
markp
Review Date
September 01, 2012
Average Rating
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Now that's good cooking

What killer bbq, amazing staff, great history. True Texas Cooking! You will not be disappointed in this meal...

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Editorial review from Citysearch

What killer bbq, amazing staff, great history. True Texas Cooking! You will not be disappointed in this meal...

Sure, it's a chain, but it feels like "an old pal's backyard" cookout at this BBQ "standard"-bearer, serving "awesome" smoked meats and "outstanding" onion rings at "reasonable" prices; the consensus is that the "original shack" on Inwood Road is "still the best" (the "smell of savory 'cue permeating every inch" of it), with some naysayers lamenting that "franchising has taken its toll", but...

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Living on their reputation

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I have eaten at other Sonny Bryan's places for over (50years) some of the time it was in the original Red Bryan's but this location was just awful. The beef in our sandwiches was cold, tough, and without taste. The saving grace was the amazing sauce. Onion rings were attractive but tasted like they had been under a warming light....

Decent BBQ

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Good BBQ for a local chain, good price for lots of food. Busy when I've been there. Some local places are better but all in all a good place to go for a meal.

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Sonny Bryan's Smokehouse is known for their classic Dallas-style barbeque dishes. Founded in 1910, the restaurant continues to serve beef and ribs in a secret barbeque sauce.

In 1910 Elias Bryan moved his family to Dallas from Cincinnati and opened the first Bryan 's Barbecue. His son, William Jennings Bryan, (known as Red for his hair) opened his own restaurant in Oak Cliff, Texas in 1935. Working with his Dad was William Jennings Bryan Jr., who was known as "Sonny". Sonny left Red in 1958 and opened his own restaurant on February 13th, the same day his Daddy and...

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