There’s a burger in Dallas that will please any palate, whether you’re looking for a classic combo or want to jazz up your patty with creative toppings. Check out these three spots—and don’t forget the fries!
Along with a wide-ranging choice of local beers, Rodeo Goat serves up a diverse selection of burgers in the city’s Design District. There’s even a “Battle of the Burgers” that pits two menu items against each other—an order equals a vote. For an out-there option, try the Mike Rawlings. Named after Dallas’ current mayor, it features Irish whiskey cheddar, candied bacon, and blueberry compote. Along with tasty burgers, Rodeo Goat features an expansive patio that adds to the experience and gives guests the perfect opportunity to soak up the warm Texas weather.
Open for more than 50 years, this Dallas institution is hard to beat when it comes to burgers. You won’t find fancy fixings at this drive-in, located on Northwest Highway. Instead, you can expect delicious, old-fashioned food with wallet-friendly prices (a cheeseburger goes for less than $3). Plus, you don’t even need to leave your car. And the answer to your question is yes, you do want that milkshake. And maybe a side of onion rings, too.
Maple & Motor
Food Network’s Guy Fieri has given this laid-back joint the stamp of approval on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives, which means you’re in for a hearty—and flavorful—meal. Grab the half-pounder and take advantage of Maple & Motor’s add-ons, ranging from chili to jalapenos. And if you’re really hungry, opt for the fried baloney sandwich. It may not be a burger, but it still hits the spot.
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