From sauces to dressings to sweets, this restaurant prides itself on the term “homemade.” Try the Sloppy Mike with a side of garlic and cheddar smashed taters; finish it off with a piece of hot cherry-pineapple pan pie. BYOB.
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Update: My lunch plans fell through the other day, and I was driving around the medical district in search of some good eats. I made a turn down Butler Street and there was Mike Anderson’s. I decided to stop in and try a menu item that intrigued me, but I had not yet bothered to order. It’s the Sloppy Mike, and it’s messy.
Mike Anderson’s BBQ is definitely one of our top BBQ haunts in the Dallas area. We know BBQ is so very subjective and everyone has their own idea of how the plate should play out, but when dining on smoked meats we have a few bits of criteria. The meat should be tender, smoky, juicy, and have some sort of interesting characteristic on the outside that compels another bite.