by Steven Doyle
We do not celebrate all the supposed national food holidays, especially since burgers has at least three including todays National Cheeseburger celebration. Actually this is one celebration that we should all stand behind.
Coincidentally, we had a few delicious cheeseburgers last night at Pat and Mike’s in North Dallas. This is Pat and Mike who happen to have the last name Snuffer. Pat Snuffer opened his namesake restaurant when he was thirty years old and since has gone on to be one of the most celebrated restaurateurs in Dallas. We could name a few others, but this isn’t their day, is it? Continue reading
by Steven Doyle
Huzzah for National Cheeseburger Day. For the occasion I went through our Rolodex of recent burger photos and spotted the newest version on the block. Please allow me to introduce you to chef Cody Sharp’s double patty of cheesy goodness. The Standard Pour burger has American cheese, onion, house pickle, aioli,
bacon marmalade on a Village Baking Company challah roll.
Throw in a side of house made extra crispy fries and you have a burger well worth celebrating this national food holiday.
by Steven Doyle photo by Joy Zhang
Tomorrow, September 18 is National Cheeseburger Day. I thought we just celebrated that a few months back with another story, but apparently that was National Hamburger Day. Big difference! Any reason for us to celebrate with a meaty sandwich filled with choice ingredients makes us happy.
We have a few suggestions how to celebrate the day on the cheap, and it will also give you a reason to check out some restaurants you may not have otherwise visited. Mutts Cantina is located at 2889 Cityplace West Blvd. in Uptown, and they are offering you a $2 cheeseburger. This is all day and dine-in only. It will be a nice day, so perhaps this for lunch. Continue reading