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About Us

Welcome

Our Story

The Eddlemon’s story began in 1953 when Oscar and Rebecca Eddlemon opened their first shop in Grand Prairie where they became well known for their smoked meats, butcher shop, household goods, and friendly service. The family business grew into three locations around town – one shop operated by each of their three sons, Johnny, Joe, and David. Over the years, they eventually decided to consolidate back into one location. While operating the store six days a week for walk-in business, they soon became well known for their catering services for large and small groups of all types. In 2006, they finally closed the doors to their shop on Clarice St. and moved to Prairie Lakes Golf Course where they would continue to offer their signature brisket and sides in addition to their catering services. Whether you’re out on the course or just driving by, it’s likely you’ll smell the mouth-watering, smoky goodness coming from their one-of-a-kind barbecue pit.

Legendary Bar-B-Que

Grab A Bite

Eddlemon’s has been a Grand Prairie BBQ tradition since 1953. They have been serving up their signature brisket, sausage, and smoked meats for half a century in Grand Prairie.

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In 2006, they moved to Prairie Lakes Golf Course and took over the food and beverage operation. Johnny and Joe still offer their same signature favorites but with a new expanded menu serving all day long. Grab a sandwich at the turn, stop in for lunch or dinner, or buy their meat and sides by the pound to take home.

Breakfast, Lunch and More

Dine in or Take Home

Come on in! Eddlemon’s is open to the public 7 days a week. Dine in the restaurant area, or take it to go!

They did said:

"The secret in that pimento cheese needs to be shared"

– Jason Claybrook

Longtime abuser of the secret menu
Now Hiring!

Eddlemon's is looking for quality workers to join the team at Prairie Lakes Golf Course. Contact Johnny or Joe Eddlemon at 972-262-0304, or drop by the course anytime.