Both Heim Barbecue locations have redefined the “child’s plate.”
And this might be the best “kid food” in town.
For $7.99 — but only for children under 12 — Heim now offers combo meals including brisket sliders served with scoop of Plano-based Henry’s Homemade vanilla ice cream.
All the choices are straight off Heim’s menu, but sold at a special kids’ price:
▪ Two sliders, rolls piled high with Heim’s near-perfect prime brisket
▪ One of Heim’s world-class corny dogs.
▪ A hot dog.
▪ Or a grilled cheese sandwich with bacon-burnt-end jam.
Each item comes with a choice of sides: hand-cut fries, green-chile mac-and-cheese, pintos, potato salad or slaw.
Yes, $7.99 is higher than most child’s plates. But this includes a plentiful entree and sides, plus ice cream.
Henry’s is the superpremium ice cream you usually find in prime steakhouses and fine-dining restaurants.
Heim also now offers burgers daily. The River District location has a bar menu with potato skins, nachos and dips.