Budget Bites is a series that looks for the best food and drink deals at restaurants in DFW, because being on a budget doesn't mean you can't eat out.
Onion rings have always been an acceptable substitute for fries, and over the years, onion rings on a burger have easily become a fan favorite. But what Liberty Burger is doing takes things to new heights, without taking all your money.
Stacked tall, the Baby Bella Burger ($8.50) is a fresh, grass-fed beef patty topped with melted queso blanco, a Big O ring (homemade onion ring), sautéed baby bella mushrooms and basil garlic aioli. Don’t fret if onion rings aren’t your thing. Liberty Burger boasts a strong lineup with an array of options, like the Woodstock ($8.50), a chopped vegetable burger with Swiss cheese, spring greens, avocado, tomato and basil garlic aioli on a wheat bun.
If you’re a classic burger lover, the Liberty Burger ($6.50) comes with the basics — LTO and pickle — and you can add a slice of cheese for a dollar. But their best-kept secret? The mini pies that are three bucks a pop. Who doesn’t love a sweet finish to an already sweet deal?
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