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Lakewood Smokehouse Gets Smoking This Week With Brisket Pizza and Burnt Ends

The brand-new barbecue spot opens its doors this Thursday.

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Get ready for burnt ends & local beer at Lakewood Smokehouse.
Get ready for burnt ends & local beer at Lakewood Smokehouse.
Lakewood Smokehouse

The announcement of Lakewood Smokehouse came none too soon for area residents, tired of schlepping it all the way to the Design District or Deep Ellum for a plate of brisket and ribs. Now, the neighborhood’s newest restaurant is ready to open its doors, and with that comes an onslaught of delicious smoked meats.

The concept is the brainchild of Frisco's 3 Stacks Smoke & Tap House owner Jason Hall and restaurant industry vets Mike Mullen and John Pantenburg. It’s a straight-forward barbecue spot, with a full bar and 20 local beers on draught, but the menu offers some surprising offerings not usually seen at your average barbecue joint.

Diners can dig into a plate of smoked wings, tossed with six different sauce options, or dive head first into a plate of smoked black Angus brisket. Tacos, pizza, and a BBQ Cuban sandwich will also be on the menu, alongside several salad options. Sides are classic barbecue staples, including mac & cheese, fried okra, and cheesy corn casserole.

Lakewood Smokehouse officially opens its doors for dinner service on Thursday, January 7. You can peep the full menu below, and start plotting your very first Lakewood Smokehouse meat plate.

Lakewood Smokehouse Menu

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