Hopdoddy Burger Bar – Dallas, TX

A 100 percent beef patty with all the fixings may seem like a simple order, but there’s nothing more disheartening the being served a thin, greasy patty topped with unmelted cheese and wilted lettuce.

But perfectly executed, a classic burger can be a thing of beauty.

What separates Hopdoddy Burger Bar from other burger joints just as much as their classic burger is their high-quality all-natural ingredients and gourmet style.

A seven ounce – yes, seven – Angus beef patty topped with crisp lettuce, tomato and onion, served between two freshly baked buns earns the title of “Classic Burger.”


Hopdoddy also offers lamb, buffalo and turkey burgers, served with organic veggies and a variety of more sophisticated cheeses like feta and goat cheese. Many ingredients are sourced locally.

For those craving something different, Hopdoddy offers 11 other burger combinations, all with their own fancy names and slightly higher prices. The lamb burger, a.k.a the Greek ($9), is cooked medium-rare and topped with feta, arugula, pickled red onions, tomato, cucumber and tzatziki sauce.

Hopdoddy gives french fries a makeover as well with their truffle fries, which are crispy-thin and coated in a light layer of parmesan cheese.

Even more atypical for a burger joint, Hopdoddy also offers salads made from organic greens including romaine, spinach and kale, tossed with trendy ingredients like beets, pickled red onions, avocado and watermelon.

And the fun flavor combinations don’t stop there. Try a red velvet or Nutella and chocolate pretzel milkshake with those fries.

With comfortable indoor and outdoor dining tables and a bar offering a selection of local handcrafted beers, Hopdoddy’s atmosphere is ideal for a tasty, casual dinner with friends.


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