Dinky's BBQ House
You'll be greeted at the door by the scent of ribs and brisket marinated in a family-secret paste of spices and mellowed for 10 to 12 hours in an outdoor smoker. Dinky's slices its brisket into thick, soft slabs and layers them on grilled Texas toast topped with onions, pickles, and a slather of extra sauce ($3.89). Its famous rib-meat sandwich receives the same care, with the lusciously infused meat practically jumping off the bone and onto its bed of toast (also $3.89). Fans of towering burgers, meanwhile, will dig the double-pattied smoke house with cheese, grilled onions, and a sufficient sauceslide of barbecue to take out a small village.