Hi! Thanks for stopping by. Eat this beef has been searching for the best burgers in Dallas, TX for six years and our life long quest continues to this day. We check out new places almost every week so drop in again as the top ten is ever-evolving. ETB is burger centric in that we're not concerned with price, atmosphere, service, etc. It's all about the burger. We will however comment on the aforementioned if the restaurant delivers above and beyond. We prefer a "best of the best" short list as opposed to a lengthy list of options coupled with a complicated ranking system. Less is more.
Established in 2010, eat this beef has cataloged 219 burgers in the DFW area to date.
This is an excellent burger lacking greens. The beer onions and garlic aioli give it a nice bite, even though it has butter pickles.
Yes, yes, yes. We love when a newcomer on the burger scene blows us away. Lovely bun and veg, brittle brisket and short rib patty warmed by a blanket of cheese. You have the option of adding a lobster tail for $8 but trust us, the beef speaks for itself. Also, there's few people in Dallas that are willing to pay for a $24 burger
Well this is a first, veg pinned to the top of the bun? Neat. Other than that, nothing to see here.
Excellent fried chicken salad here, but not worth getting anything else @ Big Daddy's
Tucked inside of a hotel, Grayson Social is a craft cocktail with Southern fare. Their burger (albeit expensive) is super tasty. Fresh baked bun, pickled red onion, and pimento cheese that works surprisingly well will keep us coming back.
We were disappointed that Hudson House's burger wasn't on par with its sister restaurant, East Hampton Sandwich Co. A weak effort indeed.
Yes, Campisi's has an off-menu burger -- just ask for it! It's what you'd expect for a pizza joint.
Your typical diner burger with thin patties and standard veg if you're into that sorta thing. Tasty.
Hands down without a doubt the best burger in Dallas (to date). It's massive, cheap, well seasoned, and insanely delicious. But there's a caveat, no seating! Enjoy this beef behemoth with your friends at the park down the way. Be sure to bring a six pack and plenty of shop towels to soak up the glorious mess. NOTE: Updated Pics!
In a world where "burgers are designed," Slater's 50/50 touts themselves a pork-focused burger shop as they crank out 50% beef and 50% bacon patties. We tried their original (which the server claimed put them on the map) but we feel it's a map of shame, terrible and embarrassing shame. The patty had this pale sponge like texture and it was damn near revolting. If you ever decide to step into this joint, be sure to avoid the 50/50 blend. Like, ew.
This burger is super cheap ($5) and ONLY available during happy hour from a fine dining restaurant above the famous Uchi sushi joint. However it's tiny with just bacon cheese and pickles aboard, but for the price we can make an exception.
Overcooked patty and stock ingredients do not impress inside this fast casual eatery. We don't know what else to say besides skip it.
We'll be back for the novelty factor alone. The top bun is injected with a hot creamy mix of gruyere that spills out into a river of delicious ooze as you cut (or bite) into the burger. It's tasty, but make sure to grab a few extra napkins.
It's a pub burger with 1,000s of different cheeses to choose from which won't hurt your face hole.
Formally Kitchen LTO, Junction Craft Kitchen makes a tasty burger. We loved the garlic mayo and fresh baked brioche bun. Crispy Akaushi patties with some nice veg entices us to return.
Much disappoint. CBD fell off hard with their burger. This is a waxy leaning tower of american cheese mess between a bun that doesn't withstand the moisture. Every ingredient gets undercut by the cheese flavor. CBD: you are not Chris Madrid's.