Forgo a cross-country trip in search of different styles of barbeque and come to Cobb Switch instead.
The casual eatery in Carrolton is backed by a group of restaurant vets. Phil and Janet Cobb have partnered up with their son, Blair Black, barbeque expert Chris Andrews, and culinary aficionado, Dotty Griffith, to open Cobb Switch.
Chef Rick Naon is no stranger to the kitchen either and takes the preparation of his barbeque sauce very seriously.
“The whole process takes about two hours. The reason for that is when you taste barbeque sauce you don’t really want to be able to distinguish all the individual flavors we’ve incorporated,” said Naon.
The sauce at a barbeque joint is often the mitigating factor as to whether or not the eatery is a success. But Cobb Switch has another component setting it apart from other Texas-style barbeque restaurants.
“We don’t just do a Texas-style barbeque, we try to bring in different flavors from different regions together,” said Andrews.
One of Cobb's popular side dishes is the Potato Casserole -- think of it as a giant baked potato. Want to make it yourself? We've got the recipe right here.
The main dining area is open for lunch and dinner and the bar stays open until 2 a.m.
Cobb Switch BBQ
2625 Old Denton Road; Suite 700