A Spotter's Guide to Cheap and Expensive Burgers in Dallas
Remedy's burger, featuring Kansas City Kobe beef, brioche bun, American cheese, sweet onions, shredded lettuce and "traditional dill pickle" ($14)
We're living in the age of the high-end cheeseburger. The Kraft single suddenly lives harmoniously alongside Wagyu. Jarred pickles are Dodo birds, extinct after a long reign of artisan pickles. Custom buns have been spotted in greater numbers.
Looking at Dallas’ ecosystem, burger options range from American Revolution-era cheap to Trump-Hotel-level expensive. Here's a sample of Dallas burgers, from the cheapest (outside of fast food chains) to the priciest:
Ivy Tavern's The Ivy Burger, $10.95
A half-pounder with a custom blend of Black Angus brisket, short rib and chuck steak — with Romaine lettuce, a couple of hot red tomatoes and ribbons of pickle — on Village Bakery’s brioche.
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