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Rodeo Goat Casa Linda Opens Today

Rodeo Goat Ice House – a casual beer and burger joint – is now open at the historic Casa Linda Plaza in East Dallas. This is the seventh location for the concept from restaurateurs Shannon Wynne, Keith Schlabs and Larry Richardson who debuted Rodeo Goat in Ft. Worth in 2012 followed by outposts in Dallas, Houston, Plano, The Harbor in Rockwall and The Sound at Cypress Waters.

Rodeo Goat Ice House serves fresh grass-fed beef burgers ground in-house daily from Texas beef raised at 44 Farms in Cameron, TX, as well as salads, sides and desserts.

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Dugg Burger Opening in Casa Linda

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Set to open in February at Casa Linda Plaza, Dugg Burger plans to introduce consumers to its innovative way of thinking about burgers and show how they execute a simple concept exceptionally well with great tasting results.

By digging out the top portion of the bun, Dugg Burger is able to reverse the burger-building process. Rather than starting with the patty and then adding toppings, the Dugg team will fill the “dugg out” bun with toppings chosen by guests in a build-as-you-go fashion. The burger patty is then added hot off the grill after all ingredients are selected, giving customers a perfectly customized burger. This process eliminates the wait that is customary at other burger restaurants and ensures every burger is exactly as the guest wants.  Continue reading

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Alligator Cafe To Open In Deep Ellum This Month

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The Alligator Café is one of the best Cajun food restaurants in Dallas and the only place I know of to get good gator. Well now they’re coming to Deep Ellum. The original Alligator Café closed and moved to Casa Linda nearly two years ago.  Far away fans of the Café will be pleased to know that they will now have a choice of locations very soon. The new location is in the Rosemont’s old spot next to Rudolph’s meat market, one of the Café’s purveyors, at 2912 Elm.    Continue reading

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