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Where is Dickey's Barbecue Pit Corporate office Headquarters

Dickey's Barbecue Pit Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 4514 Cole Ave #1015, Dallas, TX 75205, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 972-248-9899
  • Fax Number: 972-248-8667
  • Email: Click Here
  • Number of Employees:  827
  • Established: 1941
  • Founder: Travis Dickey
  • Key People: Laura Rea Dickey

Dickey's Barbecue Pit Headquarters Location & Directions

Dickey's Barbecue Pit Headquarters Executive Team



Laura Rea Dickey

Chief Executive Officer

Renee Roozen


Carlos Reyes

Chief Financial Officer

Roland Dickey Jr.

Chief Executive Officer of Dickey's Capital Group

Christie Finley

Chief Brand Officer

Paula Suarez

Head of IT and Development

About Dickey's Barbecue Pit, History and Headquarters Information

Based in Dallas, Texas USA, Dickeys Barbecue Pit was incorporated in 1941 by Travis Dickey in Dallas, Texas. The restaurant introduced franchising in 1994. By 2017, its franchise grew leaps and bounds and spread over more than 560 restaurant locations in 43 states. In addition to this, it went international and opened its first location in Abu Dhabi, the United Arab Emirates in 2018. This chain was featured on Technomic as the “Fastest-growing restaurant chain in the country” in 2012. The same year, it also featured on QSR Magazine’s list of "Best Franchise Deals.

Dickeys barbecue pit is the world’s largest and fastest family-owned American barbecue restaurant chain. It is a subsidiary of Dickey's Capital Group. The restaurant is popular among the people in the USA as the largest barbecue franchise. This chain of restaurants offers beef brisket, pulled pork, pork ribs, polish sausage, spicy cheddar sausage, hotlink, and chicken.

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  • Isaiah Jones says:

    I had Dicky’s in Sherman and Dallas TX. The food and portions were great. I had Dicky’s in Denver Co. It was absolutely, by far the worst BBQ I’ve ever had. And the portions were very small.

  • Arthur says:

    Metro Dickey’s ordered a family meal didn’t offer plates no info on condiments no help at all had to ask about everything. Are these people untrained or just don’t get it . I’m never going back period I’ll smoke my own I’m done with high dollar stupid. Very unhappy

  • Ruth says:

    I visited your Louetta Rd location in Spring, Texas on 7/25/20. The person cutting the meat would not put his mask over his mouth then argued with me about it. I understand that wearing a mask can make it hard to breathe due to the fact that I have COPD. But they are required in Harris County. I asked for the manager and he said he was the owner, he finally pulled his mask to barely cover his mouth using the F-bomb in front of me and several other customers. Needless to say I was so angry and then for over $12.00 I only received about 3 slices of beef. By this time I am furious. I told them I was not going to purchase and left. I have never been treated so poorly by a manager much less the owner of a business. Needless to say I will never purchase anything from any of your locations again. If this is your customer service I would suggest you take a good hard look at who is representing you Stores. I am also filing a complaint with the Harris County Fire Department due to the fact he would not put his mask on! I hope he gets fined and closed down!

  • Carolyn Torrance says:

    Obviously, you do not monitor comments! I sure wish you’d read mine!

  • Brad Risner says:

    The Woodlands, TX store has gotten so cheap that they are now charging for BBQ sauce. I walked out after paying for my order; without my order and will Never ever go to Dickey’s again.

  • Jayson Wilson says:

    I am very unhappy with your business right now.
    I spend a good deal of money at your stores on a regular basis. I had earned a lot of points on the old rewards program, in fact I was eligible for a picnic basket. But, y’all shut that rewards program down. All points still earned were just gone. Couldn’t use them anymore, with no for warning.
    Then you start a new rewards program. Old points don’t transfer over. You have to start all over.
    I sent a request to customer service thru the new app and was told exactly that.

    I think it’s very poor customer service and shows a loyal customer no company loyalty.

    I would like someone to contact me and show me my business is important to your company.

    Jayson Wilson 682-365-2317

  • Carolyn Torrance says:

    What happened to my comment?

  • Carolyn Torrance says:

    We are thrilled, here in Independence, KS, to have the first Dickey’s to be housed in an historic building! Some of us, (me!,) were a tiny bit worried, thinking what the company might do to the building, but it is a true gem of a makeover. Our location opened just as the COVID19 thing happened. This meant the staff got about one day of training. Bless their hearts, they’ve done pretty darn well! We are so grateful to Anne and Gary Hogsett (owners) for moving to Independence, and for the many investments and hands on volunteer hours, (including being mayor!) they’ve contributed to our wonderful city. I would like to nominate them for some kind of award or recognition from your corporate office. There were so many “hoops” to jump through, but they, and you, never gave up. I am so grateful to them, and you, for standing by the job, never giving up, although I bet there were times!
    Thank you, and would you please, please, please consider doing this?
    Carolyn Sayers Torrance

  • Joe says:

    I have had a major problem with your store in Whitesboro, Texas and want someone to call me. Your number 972-249-9899 is not working. Please call me at 903-814-4097. Thanks

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