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Dee Lincoln Steak & Burger Bar Opens In Plano Friday, April 25

Bison Burgerby Mark Shaeffer

Dee Lincoln Steak & Burger Bar’s Plano location will open to the public for dinner service this Friday, April 25th.  Located at 4701 West Park Boulevard, Lincoln has appointed Andrew Powers (Mansion on Turtle Creek, Trece, Waldorf Astoria in Utah, Magnolia Hotel Dallas)  as executive chef of this location. The menu is an approachable one with updated steakhouse fare and inventive burger recipes in a comfortable and relaxed setting.

Powers has been with Lincoln since she opened the first location in Uptown Dallas, September 2013.  Lincoln says, “chef Powers has that rustic sensibility while at the same time refined cooking that is a good fit for this concept.  He also understands the importance of providing only the best product possible and goes out of his way working with the farmers and purveyors on sourcing.”  Powers and executive chef Juliard Ishizuka, from the Uptown location, will work in tandem and support one another for both locations.    Continue reading

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Eat Me: Cuban Burger at 303 Grill in Oak Cliff

burger 303by Steven Doyle

It seems every time I go to 303 Grill in Oak Cliff they have a new burger waiting for me to try. They sincerely go out of their way to discover new burger craziness that performs as a symphony in your mouth. The latest burger is no exception. Behold: the Cuban Burger.

Think kicked up Cuban sandwich with burger fixings, that just happened to get lost in a bacon factory. The Cuban Burger is a typical 303 burger with slices of ham and a bacon cup filled with pulled pork. Bacon cup. Filled with pulled pork. And of course there is always a side of those hand cut fries.   Continue reading

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Club Schmitz WILL Be Closing May 31 *Updated

2014-02-06 13.32.35by Steven Doyle   photos by Robert Bostick

For the past month we have been fielding rumors that Club Schmitz would be closing this summer. In a panic we sent ace photographer Robert Bostick out for a photo shoot a few weeks ago. We both have been getting mixed stories, so we chose not to run with anything at that time. Today, Robert Wilonsky at the Dallas Morning News came up with his version of the story that points to a large possibility that Schmitz has seen its final year.     Continue reading

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Snuffer’s Reopens On Lower Greenville

IMG_3556.640x480Snuffer’s New Bacon-Guacamole Burger

by Andrew Chalk

Some restaurants cease being restaurants and transform into institutions. Snuffer’s, established in 1978 (that’s a year after the release of the Apple II, and concurrent with some pretty gruesome hair styles) has as much of a case as anywhere in Dallas to have made that transition.

Last weekend, the original Lower Greenville Avenue spot reopened, complete with a brand new menu which is… the brand old menu! Cheddar fries and sloppy burgers are the core as always and regulars piled in for the opening weekend at which I was a media guest.   Continue reading

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Hopdoddy Is Serving A 7-Layer Dip Burger

7 Layer Burgerby Steven Doyle

I think of something mighty tasty about this time of year. 7-layer dip. You know the stuff that makes parties a party? Pass up on the previously frozen baby quiche. Just say no to horrific chicken wings. You know you want to be the first to take a plunge into that dip that is layered with everything you love.     Continue reading

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Tanoshii Enters The Great Burger Race In Dallas

Hambaga Classic Japanese Burgerby Jennifer Thomas

Tanoshii Ramen + Bar, which is known for their supple ramen and steamed buns, is now serving a selection of Japanese burgers on their lunch menu.  The hambāgā, a classic Japanese hamburger, is made with 100% ground beef and topped with sweet and spicy miso chili, fresh tomato, onions and lettuce.

The teriyaki chicken burger is prepared with a chicken thigh cutlet, marinated and glazed with ginger teriyaki and topped with Japanese mint and onion tartar sauce.  The vegetarian korokke burger is prepared with a mixed vegetable croquette coated with panko, fried to a golden crisp and topped with fresh wafu-slaw and homemade tonkatsu sauce.    Continue reading

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