3 Stacks Smoke & Tap House came about when Jason Hall met Trace Arnold at a cookout. Jason Hall, Owner of 3 Stacks, comes from a family of restaurateurs who once owned over 40 Hooters throughout Texas. Jason met Trace and asked him where his restaurant was because his barbecue was amazing. When Trace told Jason that he didn’t have a restaurant, the two combined forces and came up with 3 Stacks Smokehouse.
The 3 Stacks menu has been designed to ensure there is something for everyone. From signature rib dishes to smoked salmon, everybody in your party will be pleased. Upon walking into 3 Stacks, you will go through a line to choose what you want, cafeteria style. Take your tray down the line and try different meats, sides, breads and salads. Upon coming to the end of the line you chose your own table. Once you’re seated, you will be served by a waiter who will refill your drinks and get you anything else that you may need.
There were a few things that I tried that I highly recommend. Beef Ribs were on the top of my list. When you order ribs in the area, you are almost always getting pork ribs but you have not lived til you try 3 Stacks Beef Ribs. The meat melts in your mouth. If anything, split an order with your table so everybody can try. You won’t be disappointed.
The amount of sides that are offered are extensive and included vegetable skewers, cheesy corn bake, and baked beans to name a few.
One of my favorites was the 6 cheese mac & cheese. Talk
about CHEESY! After ladling a large portion of mac & cheese to my surprise the 3 Stacks server stuck her spoon into a hot cheese pan and poured even more cheese on top of my side.
After we sat around and let our stomachs settle from an amazing lunch, we were ready for something sweet. We sampled the best
warm apple crumble around. The root beer float had everybody talking. Along with more Texas Beers on tap that I could count, 3 Stacks also had Fresh Root Beer on tap. Their root beer float is the perfect ending to a flavorful meal.