The list broadens. Who doesn't love a good burger when you're on vacation? These are the burgers joints outside of DFW worth checking out if you're in the area.
The Congress burger is in a league of its own, and Second's menu offers an unavoidable collection of extra toppings. We chose to go with the smoked pork belly which sat on top of a perfectly cooked brisket and chuck blended patty.
A fantastic counter burger at Épicerie. Super fresh and crisp veggies coupled with a cooked to order patty. The fries were nice as well.
According to the internets, Casino El Camino is the best burger joint in Austin. It's good, but we've had much better. Be sure to get here around noon or you'll have at least an hour wait.
We drove to Austin just for the world renowned ShackBurger. Just kidding! We were on vacation. There'll be a line at this place but who gives af. You don't have to go all the way to New York do you? Shake Shack offers burgers that are step above your typical fast food burger. Tasty, but we'd recommend saving cash and time in line by going to P. Terry's or Dan's or the like.
Koppe Bridge is well known for their multi-award winning burgers. We felt their burger was tasty, but it wasn't good enough to return next time we're in town.
As the title suggests, this is a mobile burger factory. Genius. The substitute is a super awesome blue cheese burger.
Hubert Keller runs this place so we had to check it out. To be honest, the burgers here are nothing to write home about. They were average at best. If we had a destination fail page, Burger Bar would be on it.
Excellent flavor, cooked to order, fantastic homemade bun. No tomatoes but we can look past that. Love the garlic fries as well.
The Cheddar Cheesy wins on uniqueness alone. We've never seen such a colossal amount of cheese on a burger before. Their patties are thin, but surface area makes up for it. Very tasty indeed.
Fantastic burger and even better sauces to accompany the splendid duck fat fries.