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Who’s Your Patty?

May 08, 2014 10:31AM ● By 16560

Celebrate National Burger Month With Three Del Frisco’s Grille Featured Burgers

A lot of holidays take place in May – Cinco de Mayo, Mother’s Day and Memorial Day – but you may not know that this month is National Hamburger Month as well. 

To celebrate the best thing since meat between sliced bread, Del Frisco’s is honoring burgers at each of their North Texas restaurants.

All three locations in Uptown Dallas, Fort Worth’s Sundance Square and Southlake Town Square will be participating with a unique and delicious burger specially crafted by each chef.

This is the perfect opportunity to stop by all locations and sink your teeth into these delectable burgers. If that wasn’t enough, Del Frisco’s is giving you an opportunity to collect the burger recipes and learn how the make them at home.

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First stop on our trek for juicy burgers is in Southlake, which is offering the “Lone Star Prime Cheeseburger.”

Thinking outside the typical hamburger box, Southlake’s Del Frisco’s is adding delicious brisket that has been slowed cooked to bring out its individual flavor. Don’t forget the jalapenos and cheese to make this savory burger one that will have your taste buds smiling. 

“This burger is made from local ingredients, has a sweet tangy BBQ sauce, and the candied jalapenos are sweat with a little heat that hits the backside of your throat,” says Executive Chef Aaron Henschen.

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Be sure to make a stop on the burger taste tour with the “Bass Fort Worth Chili Burger,” which is featured at Sundance Square.

This burger has a base of chili, bacon, beef, onions, and cheese. This burger is dedicated to the memory and talents of Executive Chef Russ Huey and incorporates bread from Empire Bakery.

“It is two American classics in one. Chili and a burger,” explains Executive Chef Carter Reyenga. “Two prime beef patties topped with house ground prime chili that is slow braised with Bass beer. It is topped with shredded cheddar, diced onions and sloppy sauce. All fitting between a local brioche bun...don't forget extra napkins!"

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For your final burger experience, stop by the Dallas location to try the “Uptowner,” which is piled high with mushrooms, Brazos Brie, arugula and truffle oil.

“We take two prime beef patties, herb roasted wild shiitake, portabella, oyster, and crimini mushrooms, and top it with local creamy Brazos Brie cheese, crunchy, peppery arugula tossed in truffle vinaigrette and finishing it with a sweet basil aioli on an Empire bakery brioche bun," states executive chef Antonio Zamora.