We all have those days. Those days where you wish you just had more hours in the day. Those days when you’re stuck in commuter traffic on your way from home. Those days when you simply don’t want to cook. We don’t blame you. That’s why we’ve done a little research to find the best restaurants for takeout in Carrollton, Texas. And, they are all conveniently located nearby The Place at Saddle Creek, Carrollton’s MCLife Community. So, what will you pick up for dinner?
Where: 5300 State Hwy 121
Price: $$ – $$$
This Texas-style barbeque joint is highly praised for their smoked and marinated meats. Hard Eight BBQ even offers catering options so you can feed big groups, parties or even your entire office. Pick up an order of half chicken, brisket or pork ribs and don’t forget to get all of the fixings, too, like corn on the cob or stuffed potatoes.
Where: 3044 Old Denton Rd
Great for dining in or for takeout, this Carrollton restaurant offers up a range of different Asian-fusion and Korean barbecue dishes. Guests who come here frequently order the prime short ribs. And all main dishes come with soup, salad, rice and side dishes. So when you’re really hungry, Korean barbeque may just be your best choice.
Where: 1377 Legacy Drive
Skip the drive through and head to Kenny’s, Kenny’s Burger Joint. Here, you can order-up hickory grilled burgers, that are all cooked over a real wood-fired grill. The Juicy Lucy is a popular choice but there are also more adventurous options on the Kenny’s takeout menu including the Chili Cheese with jalapeno or the Black and Blue with cajun spices and blue cheeses. And don’t forget to order a side of onion rings of fried pickles.
Where: 1006 W Main St
This Carrollton restaurant opened its doors for business in 2004 and today it is still a community favorite. Babes is a definite go-to for fried chicken or hickory-smoked eats but you can’t order takeout here without ordering a half-dozen of the buttermilk biscuits.
5. Cane Rosso
Where: 1301 Broadway St
Everyone can agree on pizza. Especially when it’s take out from Cane Rosso. The pizza joint specializes in wood-fired fare and a variety of Italian-inspired dishes like crispy polenta, meatballs and salads, but most come in for the pies. The Ella a sopressata-style pie is a real crowd pleaser here and is made with housemade mozzarella cheese. For a spicy kick, consider ordering the Friday Night Frankie, with pepperoni and jalapenos.