It was bound to happen. Dallas has been elevating the burger ever since The Mansion on Turtle Creek started topping beef patties with rare blue cheese that tasted of gym socks and serving them alongside fries dressed in truffle oil. Now every bar with pretensions of grandeur charges at least $10, sometimes twice that, for organic beef patties on fresh-baked buns, meat that weeps a puddle of juices deep enough to drown a pickle slice (a locally grown, house-brined... More >>>