(DALLAS) The results are in: Dads want barbecue for their special day. Dickey’s Barbecue Pit continually experiences an increase in sales over Father’s Day weekend, showing that the authentic barbecue is near and dear to Dad’s heart. For instance, sales of Dickey’s fall-off-the-bone, St. Louis-Style Ribs increase 20 percent, equaling 10,000 racks of ribs sold this weekend. Read More
Since 1941, Dickey’s Barbecue Pit has served barbecue lovers authentic, Texas-style barbecue and savory sides. For the first time in 78 years, Dickey’s announces the addition of a full-service bar, Central Bar, to their original location in Dallas, giving guests a more legit Texas barbecue experience. Read More
Dickey’s Barbecue Pit offers guests the perfect lunch or dinner option for two with 2 two meat plates for only $22 at participating locations.
During February and March, guests can dine-in or carry out Dickey’s famous two meat plates for a delicious deal. Dickey’s two meat plate includes the guests’ choice of two meats, two sides and a buttery roll. Read More
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This February, Dickey’s Barbecue Pit asks guests to share the story of how they met their significant other on social media to win a year of free barbecue for them and their significant other.
“At Dickey’s, we believe our barbecue brings folks together and we want to share that with our guests,” says Laura Rea Dickey, CEO of Dickey’s Barbecue Restaurants, Inc. “After 77 years of being barbecue experts, we know that sharing our authentic barbecue with our loved ones is what is most important.”
From February 1 to 28, guests can post a photo of them and their significant other on Facebook or Instagram, share the story of how they met and use hashtag #HowDidYouMeatContest. To be entered, guests must also follow Dickey’s on whichever platform they posted their #HowDidYouMeatContest entry.
The winner will be randomly selected on March 1 and will be sent their free barbecue for a year vouchers for the location of their choosing.
The Dickey Foundation
Since 1941, Dickey’s Barbecue Pit has taken great pride in our Texas-style barbecue and our commitment to the communities we serve. It is in that spirit, that The Dickey Foundation was created. The Dickey Foundation supports first responders who protect and unite our communities. Our Foundation is national, but our efforts are intensely local, focusing on financial support, public education, and providing the equipment necessary for the safety of our first responders.