Tuesday, April 16, 2013
New barbecue joint Slow Bone opens near the Design District
Jack Perkins, owner of Maple & Motor, is the man behind it.
DALLAS A new barbecue joint jumped onto the Dallas dining scene Tuesday. Jack Perkins, co-owner of insanely popular hamburger joint Maple & Motor, opened Slow Bone near Dallas’ Design District, and our pal Jim Rossman of the Texas BBQ Posse got a look at the new place (and a taste too, of course).
Slow Bone, at 2234 Irving Blvd., serves its meat cafeteria-style, Rossman reports, on old-school trays. No word on whether the reported barbecue sauce urinal came to pass.
Quick update: If you're wanting to try them out, don't go on Wednesday:
The Slow Bone will be closed tomorrow.Tell everyone you know.Will update ASAP— The Slow Bone (@TheSlowBone) April 16, 2013
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