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Angelo's

2533 White Settlement, Fort Worth, TX - (817) 332-0357
Posted By Kyle Gollins on 1/9/2009 5:24:00 PM
I flew in from NY arriving at DFW airport. I had read about Angelo's online and headed directly to Fort Worth to try the BBQ. I arrived a little before 10 PM and the large dining hall was pretty empty. I was able to get a seat right at the bar and ordered the combination plate of beef and ribs. Of course you have to get one of their ice-cold beers served in a frosted glass. It's the only place I know of that boasts about having the coldest beer in the city.

The beef had a nice and even smoke penetration and excellent flavor. The ribs were tender and moist. I'm sure, as a New Yorker, I stuck out but I felt right at home. Angelo's was worth the drive from Dallas. I hope to find myself back in that area soon.

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Even though Texas is a beef state, the item we liked best at Angelo's was the pork ribs.
"Even though Texas is a beef state, the item we liked best at Angelo's was the pork ribs."
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Angelo's has been a good name for Texas barbecue since 1958.
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