The smoke from a wood-fire oven enhances meat with complex flavors and can create a smoke screen so that no one sees you eat an entire roast boar. Pig out with this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of Barbecue
The menu highlights such Southern classics as pulled-pork sandwiches ($5), barbecue frito pie ($10), and beef-brisket sandwich plates ($10) with a choice of two sides, such as garlic coleslaw and Granny’s peach cobbler.
Mike Anderson's BBQ
Ever since opening in 1981, Mike Anderson has personally cut each piece of hickory-smoked meat plated in his restaurant. His cooks mix rubs from scratch to create a top-secret barbecue-sauce recipe from all-natural ingredients, earning a Best Barbecue nod from the Dallas Observer in 2010. The restaurant serves its menu cafeteria style; plates in hand, diners can sniff out such hearty meats as hand-pulled pork, spicy sausage links, and succulent brisket that spends the night being tenderized by Golden Gloves competitors. Homespun sides, freshly baked desserts, and a condiment bar full of pickles, peppers, and edible bibs help accessorize meals. In addition to the booth-filled dining room, the restaurant supplies a heated and covered seating area aptly named Mike's Big Deck.
96% of 1,296 customers recommend
“Always good food!!!!!!!!!!!!!”
“Get there early because the liner forms quickly for some great BBQ. I've been going there since 1984 and it gets better every year.”
“Let me start by saying that I got married on Friday the 13th and we had lunch at Mike Andersons because we both love the BBQ. We had a mini honeymoon stay in Downtown...”
“Let me start by saying that I got married on Friday the 13th and we had lunch at Mike Andersons because we both love the BBQ. We had a mini honeymoon stay in Downtown Dallas and on the way home we stopped and got Mike Andersons for lunch the next day as well.”