4100 Maple Ave
Dallas, TX 75219

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18th and Vine BBQ has received Resort and Travel Magazine's prestigious 5 Star Award. 

The restaurant will be a partnership between Dallman, his wife Kimi Dallman and Dallas chef Scott Gottlich.The idea is to sell "elevated" barbecue and "composed" dishes, the owners explain. 

A menu is simple, with standard fare such as ribs, brisket, pulled pork and famous KC burnt ends. But unlike a traditional barbecue restaurant, it also offers dinner entrees such as salmon with kale-and-carrot-top pesto and a pork chop and pork belly dish served with sweet potatoes and Granny Smith apples.

At lunch, 18th & Vine offers sandwiches in place of its entrees. 

 18th & Vine menu also has an extensive wine list; beers, including many local ones; and cocktails such as an old-fashioned and a mint julep.

The restaurant is named for an intersection of Kansas City that once was a mecca for jazz. Today, there's the American Jazz Museum near that Kansas City intersection, as well as the famed Arthur Bryan's Barbeque.