by Steven Doyle photo by Robert Bostick
As the Lakewood community continues its growth a few new and familiar Dallas area restaurants have staked claim on some highly visible real estate. Interesting enough the new restaurants are being careful to keep things interesting enough for the neighborhood, and even giving the new spots a warm enough feel that will give an impression that the restaurants have always belonged to their new digs.
There are two particular burger outlets that will give pause to the local fan. Liberty Burger should be open very soon and co-owner Mariel Street is staying clear of any semblance of being a chain. Even though there are currently only two of the burger restaurants, we know there are plenty on the way including the Dallas Farmers Market.
Look for more local beers being served in Liberty’s new home in the Lakewood Shopping Center.
Chip’s Old Fashioned Hamburgers is another local burger restaurant that has been made famous by the Lover’s Lane location, and will nestle nicely in Lakewood at Skillman and La Vista. This location will have a bar, a dessert bar and a separate gaming room as well as a patio. A very open kitchen scheme will also be featured at this location for Chip’s.
3 responses to “Two Hot Dallas Burgers Being Delivered To Lakewood”
Not to contradict, but Chip’s was famous WAY before it moved to the Lovers Ln location. It was located in a old firehouse off of Knox and 75 for years and fans just followed to the new location and of course that location has made many new fans.
Best burger in Dallas is at Neighborhood Services Grill in Preston Royal, where it is wood-grilled for great flavor, the burgers are “cooked to order”, any way you want them, on sesame seed buns.