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Heim BBQ in Ft Worth TX BBQ Passport destination #1 of 50
What we ordered:
1. 2 meat plate w/ two sides $15
⁃ Meat: Brisket and Pork Ribs
⁃ Sides: Green Chile Mac & Cheese, Beans
2. Heimburger $10
⁃ Brisket & beef patty w/ bacon burnt ends jam and cheese
3. 1/4 lb. Bacon Burnt Ends $6
4. 2 Panther Island IPAs
⁃ Not as good as a Hopadilla but they can’t all be perfect
Highlights we deem important
1. Eleni: loved the pork ribs
NOW for for the real deal, follow below as I give you my inside suggestions
2. Jacob: Bacon Burnt Ends are life. Mixing the Bacon Burnt Ends with the Mac & Cheese will be the best endeavor you’ve ever experienced. Also, get the brisket on the fatty side. It’ll give you a fatty/moist your shorts. Parakalo!! Before we go any further, Parakalo is a phrase that will be useful to know since I say it often. To say ‘You’re welcome’ in Greek you would say Parakalo (Παρακαλώ).
If you and your significant other decide to take on Yeti’s Top 50 BBQ Joints in The Republic, we highly suggest starting with Heim. This establishment will set the bar exceedingly high, just as any TX BBQ joint should. Be warned, this is nothing like Carolina or KC BBQ. Leave the sauce where it is. TX BBQ is all about the meat baby, so come with your eating pants!