Lunch at the Flame Tree Barbecue

Flame Tree Barbecue – Smells good!

We arrived at DAK in time for lunch and decided to try something new, the Flame Tree Barbecue quick-service restaurant.

The food there is great! We all got pulled pork sandwiches with fresh coleslaw,  baked beans, and a side of their signature barbecue sauce.

That hit the spot!
That hit the spot!

There is covered seating right next to where you order and the colorful seating sections are all done in vibrant colors of teal, orange, and yellow, each have a different “Predator and Prey” theme:  the crocodile and fish, the snake and the rat, eagle and the snake, owl and rabbits, eel and the crab, and the anteater and ants. There are ceiling fans to keep you cool.

Anteater and ants (oranges)
Crocodile and fish (blues)
Owl and rabbits (burnt orange)

After lunch, Dug and Russell were out and we stopped by for a visit with them.

Their meet and greet area is right across from the Flame Tree.
Their meet and greet area is right across from the Flame Tree.  Russell signed Caroline’s autograph book.

Note: The Flame Tree BBQ is currently closed for refurbishment, Jan. 5 – March 31, 2015.


Smoked Chicken Salad – mixed greens tossed with barbecued vinaigrette and drizzled with Chipolte Ranch Dressing $9.49

Fruit Plate – seasonal sliced fruit plate served with honey yogurt $7.19


Pulled Pork Sandwich – served with coleslaw $9.49  **Recommended!

Smoked Turkey Breast – with cranberry mayonnaise and fresh fruit $9.49

Combination Meals

1/2 Slab of St. Louis Ribs – served with baked beans and coleslaw $12.99

1/2 Chicken – served with baked beans and coleslaw $10.99

Ribs and Chicken Combo – served with baked beans and coleslaw $16.19

Jumbo Turkey Leg – with coleslaw and beans $12.79

Side Dishes

Onion Rings Basket $3.99

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