When you want surly service, kitschy decor, and a mandatory bib, you normally go to your mother's house for dinner. Today's Groupon brings you servers you can sass back at sans guilt. For $10, you get $25 worth of grub and guzzle at Dick's Last Resort. The energetic eatery, popular with bachelorette parties, soccer hooligans, and dehydrated astronauts, has been a Dallas legend for the past 25 years.
Dick's Last Resort offers a menu full of finger foods designed to taste as good as they look smeared across your bib and dripping sloppily down your bare hands. Start with deep-fried gator bites ($6.99) dipped in chipotle ranch or chicken-topped machos nachos ($9.98). For dinner, you'll find Dick's semi-famous buckets of grub filled with everything from steamed crab legs to ribs and wings. For lighter fare, try the salads ($10.99 each at dinner, $8.49 at lunch). An inventive cocktail menu lists lively libations including hurricanes, mojitos, and pina coladas.
Perfect for those bereft of table manners, Dick's Last Resort dresses its picnic tables with loud music and steel buckets of finger food. Though waitstaff members won't coddle you with frivolous niceties, such as manners and smiles, their playful insults and efficient service will remind you of spring break '92, minus the arrests and crab-claw wounds. Wipe your mouth on your sleeve, kick your feet back on the chair, or get on stage for an impromptu performance with the nightly musicians who fill Dick's Last Resort with tunes for no cover charge. Dick's is open for lunch and dinner daily, and stays open until 2 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
Citysearchers give Dick’s Last Resort 3.5 stars and Best of Citysearch Awards for its bar menu and group dining. Yelpers give the energetic eatery 3.5 stars, 76% of Urbanspooners like it, and Yellow Pages and Insider Pages users give Dick’s Last Resort three stars:
- We had a GREAT experience!! The food was good (we had ribs, the kids mostly had chicken tenders). They had a great band playing and our waitress was fun and very nice. – bonkersdean, Citysearch
- Service is good and the food is good but the staff is rude and funny. Great place for drinks and fun. – Gina P., Insider Pages
2211 N Lamar St.
Dallas, Texas 75202Get Directions