Best of Dallas: Food and Drink

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Catherine Downes

Best Burger - Off-Site Kitchen

Something weird has been happening to burgers over the past few decades. They've gotten bigger, cheesier and more obnoxious, and for the most part, they aren't any better for it. Leave it to Off-Site Kitchen to counter the trend and return the burger to more restrained proportions. Yet they somehow keep the flavor turned up to 10. The meat clocks in at a respectable quarter-pound and is cooked with the care all burgers deserve. The finished product is rosy, juicy and less guilt-inducing than a burger that arrives the size of your head, so you can over indulge some of the best burger toppings you'll find. Try it "Murph Style" with roasted jalapeos, bacon relish, cheese and creamy sauce that will really stick to your ribs. It's a small burger, sure, but don't mistake it for health food.

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Published on October 2, 2013

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Mr. Bill
Mr. Bill

This is a fine, honest burger and an excellent value, but I think you'll be disappointed if you go in expecting the kind of experience that "Best Burger in Dallas" leads you to believe.  You can get a tastier (but admittedly more expensive) burger just a mile away at the Meddlesome Moth.

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