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Known in the restaurant world as the city of meat, Dallas, Texas, has numerous restaurants that offer amazing and unique burgers for you to sink your teeth into. If you use delivery or takeout as your new normal way of enjoying food from your favorite dining establishment, try one of the mouthwatering burgers from these local establishments.
Found on 1154 Peavy Road, Goodfriend Beer Garden and Burger House adapted to the ever-changing landscape and altered its identity to offer a discounted pickup and delivery venture it named Good Citizen. Pickup is Wednesday through Sunday from 4 p.m. until 10 p.m., while delivery is available Wednesday and Thursday from 4 p.m. until 10 p.m. The restaurant is closed Monday and Tuesday.
Order its traditional burger, which is a smashed 6-ounce patty that comes with American cheese, tomato, shredded lettuce, and ranch mayo with a spicy beer pickle. Other burger options include its Blue, which comes with blue cheese crumbles and bacon, and its Shroom Swiss, which includes herbed mushrooms and swiss cheese. If you want something spicy, try the Salazar, which has pepper jack cheese, habaneros, and ghost chili sauce.
Venture over to 3090 Olive St. and try The Remedy burger at Hero. This classic and signature burger is a reference to the now-defunct sister restaurant with the same name. It comes with American cheese, mustard, dill pickles, onion, shredded lettuce, and tomato. Another popular burger choice is The Ranchito, which has white queso, aioli, pico, pickled jalapenos, avocado, and shredded lettuce. All of its burgers are served with your choice of fries, tots, ranch salad, or fresh fruit. You can order burgers from Hero for takeout or delivery.
Found downtown at 311 S. Akard St., Jaxon Texas Kitchen and Beer Garden is a relatively new dining establishment, but don't let that deter you. Order its signature Jaxon Burger, which is a certified Angus beef patty that includes shredded lettuce, tomato, pickles, red onion, American cheese, and a tangy housemade sauce. Contact the restaurant directly for takeout and free delivery within a 5-mile radius, or you can order delivery through several of the larger delivery chains if you live farther.
Head to 6537 E. Northwest Highway to this drive-in burger joint that was founded by Jack Keller more than 50 years ago. Whatever you do, don't pull the rookie mistake and get out of the car, or worse, try to head into the restaurant. You will certainly be reprimanded. Carhops come to your vehicle to take your order, and then it's up to you if you want to eat it in your car or bring it home.
Take a look at the menu, which is mounted on a cinder block wall, and figure out which of the six burgers you want to try. This is definitely an affordable location, as you can nab a cheeseburger, an order of tater tots, and a milkshake for less than $10. The most popular choice is the No. 5 Special, which is a double cheeseburger with cheese, tomato, shredded cheese, and a special dressing. It's nestled between a toasted poppy seed bun.
Located at 4810 Maple Ave., Maple and Motor is a popular Dallas spot if you're looking for a burger. National publications and even Food Network's Guy Fieri have raved about this establishment. It serves a half-pound burger flat-grilled in its own juices and adorned Dallas-style. If you're not sure what that is, it means the burger has mustard, lettuce, red onion, and pickle. It's served on a toasted bun. Its cheeseburger comes with your choice of American, pepper jack, or cheddar cheese. Either pick up your burger and bring it home or order online and have it delivered.
With two locations in Dallas (111 S. Hall St. in Deep Ellum and 7877 Frankford Road #101B in Frankford), Sky Rocket Burger seems to have a cult-like following. People head to this family-owned restaurant for its 100% Angus beef burgers that are never frozen and piled high with your favorite locally grown toppings. All of its burgers are made to order, so select the number of patties, choose your cheese, and add your favorite toppings. The Deep Ellum location offers delivery, while both spots allow you to call and then pick up your order.
Even though this restaurant is known for its sandwiches, Uncle Uber's Sammich Shop has some of the best burgers in the area. Owners Kathy and Bryan Crelly, formerly of Fat Ted's as well as Uptown Bar and Grill, opened this establishment at 2713 Commerce St. in 2011. In fact, D Magazine named its burgers as one of the best in 2015. Its quarter-pound burgers come dressed in its signature sauce, lettuce, tomato, red onion, and pickle. You can also choose single, double, or triple patties. Call ahead to place your order to pick it up or have it delivered.
This tiny eatery, located at 2615 S. Beckley Ave., isn't very visible, but people are known to line up for the opportunity to eat one of its delicious burgers. Named after founder Richard Wingfield, Wingfield's Breakfast and Burgers serves a half-pound seasoned burger. It's best to place your order before you arrive since sometimes it can take 15-20 minutes for the monstrosity to finish cooking. It's up to you to decide if you want to wait to get home to devour this burger or join others who opt to sit on the curb and try to finish it.
So is your stomach grumbling and your mouth salivating at all these burger options? What do you think of this list created by Planet Ford Dallas? Did we mention all your favorite burger joints when it comes to takeout or delivery? If we missed a key spot, reach out to us so we can make sure to add it. We don't want anyone to miss out on a place to grab a burger.