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Cowboy Chow To Close In Roanoke, Replaced With Tacos & Avocados

by Steven Doyle

Chef Jason Boso, best known for his thriving Twisted Root Burger Company, has announced plans to open a new concept called Tacos & Avocados. The fast, casual taco restaurant will feature quality ingredients in a down scale setting, with a focus on traditional and some not so traditional Mexican flavors. The space will also include a full bar with eight tequila-infused frozen margaritas, such as ginger-peach and watermelon-mint. The concept will also feature a self-serve and honor system paleta cart in the middle of the restaurant. Just slide a dollar into the coffee can and take any flavor you like.

Could this be Boso’s next big Twisted Root?

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The Year of the Dog: 10 Best Hot Dogs In Dallas

by Steven Doyle

The month of July brings us higher heat and sunny days. It is a time to grill and be grilled. July is also National Hot Dog Month, so we created a list of some pit stops to grab a great dog. Be it a gourmet version with foie, or a standard with simple mustard and relish, we have your dog fix.

Look for this to turn into the year of the hot dog as there are plenty of gourmet hot dog restaurants setting up shop soon in Dallas. It will be ever as big as the burger wars we witnessed over the past year.     Continue reading


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Eat More Beaver At Twisted Root

by Steven Doyle

For a very limited time stop in the Deep Ellum Twisted Root location for their very own, one-of-a-kind Beaver Burger. Jason Boso of Twisted Root is taking Green to reaches previously unknown by saving trees while eating more beaver.

That’s right, the guys at Twisted Root are serving a Juicy Beaver Burger while it lasts starting tomorrow, April 11 for just $7.99. Jason and his team are always in search of the latest and greatest in wild game.       Continue reading


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