3 days ago | Burgers
Texas Monthly is right: There has been a burger revolution since 2009. The humble American sandwich has grown superpowers. We’re living in the great burger age of 2016, where high-end cheeseburgers, some flecked with capers and blended with bone m...
6 days ago | Burgers
I hadn't felt it before, not truly, until last night. I'm twisting in the counter chairs in anticipation, ice-blasted mug full of root beer, old central air unit rattling above and it really struck me: Dairy-Ette is a Dallas treasure. I’ve been to...
14 days ago | Burgers
Most of the burgers I eat in Dallas, and many of the ones I love, are cooked on the flat top. The hard sear, the fantastic crust that adorns a patty from a griddle is an attribute that transforms a perfectly good burger to a Ratatouille-level...
16 days ago | 100 Favorite Dishes
Leading up to September's Best of Dallas® 2016 issue, we're sharing (in no particular order) our 100 Favorite Dishes, the Dallas entrées, appetizers and desserts that really stuck with us this year. Ten Bells Tavern is a place to lick your wounds....
21 days ago | Politics
Here’s one of the many things we know as citizens of America headed towards one of the strangest, most baffling election cycles in recent history: Presidential candidate Donald Trump prefers his steaks well done. It makes sense; most of Donald Tru...
28 days ago | Burgers
There are noticeable stages to burger disappointment. The first consists of the childlike giddiness that occurs in the moments before ordering a double cheeseburger. Like those of a kid putting a quarter into an old arcade game, hands preemptively...