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BURGERS THAT JUST MET OUR BELLIES
Grub Burger Bar – Cadillac Wagyu
Grub aint kidding, their wagyu has a noticeable flavor difference. Delicious. The roasted garlic aoli coupled with swiss lent some tasty bites as well. Much better than when we went to Grub back in 2013 fam.
Elm Street Cask & Kitchen – Elm Street Burger
Formerly Grayson Social, rebranded to Cask & Kitchen, the beef is very similar, still tasty. Smoked cheddar and coffee bacon? Yes please. The bun is locally sourced, but the chef wouldn’t tell us where from :/
Chip’s Old Fashioned Hamburgers – Pick Your Burger
The poppy seed bun is paramount to the flavor here. Excellent flat top diner burger that hits all the areas of interest in your face hole.
Yummy Burgers & BBQ – American Liberty
God damn, if you plan not to eat for a minute, hit this spot. Very strange [old] grill flavor turned us off big time though.
JC’s – JC’s Nooner Burger
Ah man, the patty was so hot it burned our mouths. Had to wait five minutes before divulging, but probs never again.
Harvest – House Hamburger
Harvest likes to do everything in house. The whole wheat bun was an interesting addition, and not too cake-like which is nice. The ground brisket, chuck, and short rib really shine.
Munchiez – Munchiez Burger
Tasty. Munchiez touts their kimchi aoli but we couldn’t pick it out of the flavors. Would Munchie again.
BurgerIM – Angus Beef
Sonic does a better job than this dreck. Low quality ingredients, no flavor, fuck off.
Brickhouse Burgers and Shakes – Brickhouse Burger
Yikes. Terrible. Bun was rock hard and it fucked up the roof of our mouths and the beef was boring.
Lazy Dog – All-American
This is a super fun place to take your furry friend, there’s even a dog menu! Decent burger here, would lazy dog again.
Tight Ends Sports Bar & Grill – All-American Cheese Burger
Haha. You definitely don’t go to Tight Ends for the food or service, both are really bad, but who cares, much trade-off! Such wow!
Son of a Butcher – The Classic / Burnt Ends
Probs the best sliders we’ve had in Dallas. Crispy edges, great flavor, fun combinations.
The Henry – Wagyu Burger
Perfect execution at this Uptown spot. We loved the white cheddar and the grilled onions weren’t too soggy.
Commissary – Cheeseburger
Holy shit, eat the beef @ Commissary. It features dry aged chuck, jalapeno relish, and smoked mayo which all contribute to the unique flavor of this burger.
Mattito’s Tex-Mex Restaurant – Cheeseburger
We heard this off menu burger is the beef bomb dot com but nah bro, nah. They put in zero effort, guess that’s why it’s off menu 🙂
Rapscallion – Grass Fed Burger
Rapscallion really went downhill the second time we went about a year later. Sad. This is why we keep coming back to spots in the top ten! The bun fell apart and the pimento cheese was lost.
BurgerFi – Bacon Cheeseburger
This branded out of the box burger is pretty good. We enjoyed it. It’s akin to all the other yuppie burgers out there.
Maple Landing – 737 Burger
A child of State + Allen, Maple Landing opened up next to its sibling, Social Pies. The service is very friendly here and the burger is the best you’ll find on Maple Ave. It’s named after the now infamous Boeing airplane because ML is near Love Field.
Alamo Club – Bacon Cheddar Burger
Former Town Hearth chef Austin Rodgers spawned this casual neighborhood spot. The burger is accompanied by dressed arugula which brings a refreshing bite. We feel there are better burgers to be had in lower Greenville, so expand your options if you’re looking to beef.
SkinnyFATS – Cherry Popper
Healthy things on the left side of the menu, unhealthy things on the right. Obviously we came for the right. The spicy slaw and pepper marmalade kicks this burger up a notch. The side salad had some fried chick peas in it, clever! We’re totes skinny fat now.