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 →
Knife, the nationally-acclaimed steakhouse by Chef John Tesar, has reintroduced its lunch menu and will reopen during daytime hours as Knife Burger. After temporarily stopping lunch service during the pandemic, Tesar has revamped the menu with favorites from Knife Burger, which has additional locations in Plano, TX, and Orlando, FL.
Knife Burger at The Highland will be open Tuesday through Sunday from 11:30a.m. – 2 p.m.
Dallas’ shopping and dining destination, Mockingbird Station, welcomes Wulf Burger to its list of tenants. The popular burger joint, Wulf Burger, is expanding its footprint in Texas with the opening of its second North Texas installment on January 31, 2022 (today). The new Dallas location will occupy the 1,769-square-foot space next door to Rush Bowls.
Head to Knife Dallas on Saturday, June 19th for their Burger Fest complete with all-you-can-eat burgers by 44 Farms, French fries, and beer* from Texas Ale Project. The festivities will take place on Knife’s renovated patio where guests will enjoy their favorite Knife burgers like The Ozersky, The Pimento, and The Magic.
Tickets are required and are available for $25, plus tax and fees. To purchase your ticket, please visit Resy. For additional information or questions, please visit http://www.knifedallas.com or call (214) 443-9339.
The most common question I am asked is which is the best burger in Dallas. I have a love-hate relationship with this question as the answer is in constant flux. It is either the last burger I had, or the next one. But in all honesty, there are about a dozen great burgers in Dallas that I would crave. Actually, the list is broader if you account for all the great chef-driven burgers which, to me, is difficult to compare to a burger only joint. The burgermeister deserves his own list, his own hall of fame, his own glory. Continue reading →
Keller’s Drive-In has been a Dallas staple since 1950 when Jack Keller opened his first drive-in in Dallas. Having worked at the original drive-in which was located on Chalk Hill off the DFW Turnpike, the Pig Stand, Keller ventured out to open his own restaurant replete with snazzy carhops, cold beer, and tasty burgers. Continue reading →