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Liberty Burger is Committed to Quality Food and Social Responsibility

Milkshake and food overview.JPGby Alex Gonzalez

With five locations throughout DFW, Liberty Burger puts a grown-up spin on the American diner. The family-owned and Texas-grown burger establishment not only incorporates fresh and high quality American grown ingredients and responsibly raised meats in each meal, however, they are also committed to social contribution and environmental responsibility. Continue reading

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A Fantastic Burger Find: Stock and Barrel

o (17)by Steven Doyle

In our ever vigilant desire to find the best burgers in the Dallas area we have separated them into two classes, a chef driven burger and the classic burger joint where that seems to be their primary vocation.  This hunt for the very best has led us across the city to some pretty amazing examples of what a burger should be. A great burger means an interesting bun, toasted or not, quality meat, and a smattering of high grade accouterments. This curious chase chase brought us to Stock and Barrel.  Continue reading

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Adair’s Burger is Still Mighty and Meaty After All These Years

adair4.jpgby Steven Doyle

Adair’s Saloon opened in 1963 on Cedar Springs and operated by S.L. and Ann Adair. They were known for their cold beer and a half pound cheeseburger that brought in plenty of local college students who were encouraged to let their artistic side out by marking up the walls with graffiti.    Continue reading

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Chop House Burger Curled Our Toes

chop5.jpgby Steven Doyle

Leading the pack of downtown burgers is none other than Chop House Burger with its beautiful glossy brioche bun, juicy medium cooked beef patty and the freshest vegetation for an absolute win. This is what a burger should look and taste like.

A burger that is far too massive loses its appeal quickly with a sloppy slide of mess, but the Chop House burger is perfectly sized to give a large bite yet remain neat and tidy. That bun is made locally from Constantine’s and the beef is am wallop of black angus for perfect quality control. Hard to miss when you begin with great ingredients.  Continue reading

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The 2019 Ultimate Guide To Prevent and Cure a Hangover

hangover1by Steven Doyle

Well, you went and did it. You did the beer before liquor and now have never been sicker. Or perhaps too many sulfites from that red wine you blasted through last night. Or you simply just drank too much and now are suffering an epic hangover. We get it. No, we really get it and have a cure for that. We have a few hangover relief tricks, plus a list of some really good local foods that will help ease the pain of the season.

First, let’s seriously look at how you might prevent that hangover to begin with. And we do not mean abstinence. That cannot possibly be any fun.     Continue reading

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Parigi For A Joyous Burger and Brunch

par3.jpgby Steven Doyle

The hunt for the best burgers continues and we were tipped off that Parigi had one of the very best in town. Only sold at lunch and brunch, the burger is an ever revolving plate of joy. Let’s just begin with the word joy and see where that takes us today.

Sitting at brunch for a burger was a bit difficult for me since I am aware of the menu and know of items that are certain “must have’s” such as the deviled eggs. These tiny beasts are always a correct choice with each visit and is another revolving dish that is created by a different staff member each day. I have never tested this claim, but assume if I dined at Parigi 365 times in a row (gasp, another joy), I would sample 365 different recipes  for deviled eggs. Worthy of attempt to be sure. Continue reading

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Eat Me: Hatch Chili Cheeseburger From Swiss Pastry Shop

hatchby Steven Doyle

It’s that time of year again when everything is kicked up with Hatch peppers. It is almost like a holiday filled with pageantry, gifts and special surprises. Take the Las Cruces Campfire Chili Cheeseburger featuring a half pound Akaushi wagyu burger with pecan smoked wagyu Hatch chile con carne and aged Hatch white cheddar. Get it as a burger $14, a wagyu chili dog $9, or a bowl of chili $5 from the Swiss Pastry Shop in Fort Worth. That bun you see depicted here is also baked in house for ultimate freshness.  Continue reading

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