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The Victorious Burgers of Burger Week

Miss you Keller's
Miss you Keller's

I can't believe burger week is coming to a close, but it had to end sometime. One can only eat so many burgers before enjoyment is lost and the cheese from one burger experience melts into another.

We had six smackdowns that each pit two popular Dallas burgers against one another, and now we have six great burgers you should really seek out in Dallas.

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Keller's (pictured above) may not provide thick, juicy patties, but they do provide a one of a kind atmosphere that must be experienced, preferably on a warm weekend day, just afternoon.

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The Victorious Burgers of Burger Week

Adair's Saloon won our dive-bar smackdown thanks to its impressive patty size, even though the resulting burger was bone-dry. If you want a huge hunk of meat with a side of cold beer and Sharpie graffiti, this is the burger for you.

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The Victorious Burgers of Burger Week

Angry Dog eked out a victory over neighboring St. Pete's Dancing Marlin. The patties are made at the same meat company, but the Dog delivered the juicier of the two burgers. They also produced the most lively comments in support of their burger superiority.

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The Victorious Burgers of Burger Week

Uncle Uber's took out Twister Root in Deep Ellum's fast casual smackdown with their version of a sexy big mac. They were a sleeper burger, with an unexpected amount of comments in our introductory post, but I'll attest: This burger stands on its own.

 

The Victorious Burgers of Burger Week

Off-Site Kitchen beat Maple and Motor this go around. Their burgers are smaller, but they pack more flavor and are just as satisfying.

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The Victorious Burgers of Burger Week

Up in North Dallas, Hopdoddy delivered by far the best burger I ate throughout all these smackdowns. It obliterated Liberty Burger, and I'm sure would stand on it's own in a one on one smackdown with my second favorite, Off-site Kitchen. This burger is a must try for anyone who considers themselves a fan of burger consumption.

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So that's that. Burger Week is done. Finished. Complete. I can't imagine a world where we don't do this again though. Next time we'll take these winners and find some new burgers to put them up against. With hard work, a little luck, (and a lot of exercise), we just might find the absolute best burger in Dallas.

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Keller's Drive-In
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Adair's

2624 Commerce St.
Dallas, TX 75226-1402

214-939-9900

www.adairssaloon.com

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Angry Dog

2726 Commerce St.
Dallas, TX 75226

214-741-4406

www.angrydog.com

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Uncle Uber's Sammich Shop

2713 Commerce St.
Dallas, TX 75226

214-653-8237

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Off-Site Kitchen

331 Singleton Blvd #100
Dallas, TX 75212

214-741-2226

www.offsitekitchen.org


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