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Sun's Out, Buns Out

Jul 02, 2018 10:11AM ● Published by Ashley Madonna

Burger fans rejoice: Hopdoddy Burger Bar has move into town. Their new Southlake Town Square location is set to quickly become the new go-to for a fun summertime meal out.

The Austin-based burger chain made a name for itself in its hometown for its stacked burgers and delicious fries. And because people just couldn’t get enough, they started opening up restaurants across the country. After settling into a few Dallas and Fort Worth locations, Hopdoddy opened the doors to their Southlake location last month and are ready to serve up quality bites – all of which are made in-house.

“From butchering and grinding our meats daily to baking small batches of fresh buns in-house, we do everything from scratch,” Hopdoddy brand manager Erin Fohn says. “We cook all our burgers to order.”

And their burgers mean business. Their substantial patties are cooked on a flat top to make sure all those juices stay intact.

“We like our patties on the thicker side,” Fohn says.

No matter which one you order, it’s sure to come stacked with fresh toppings that enhance the protein’s natural flavors – like their Primetime Burger, served with American grass-fed Kobe beef, brie, arugula, caramelized onions, truffle aioli, tomatoes and Hopdoddy steak sauce, or their Ahi Tuna, made with sushi-grade tuna steak that’s topped with sunflower sprouts, nori chips, teriyaki, honey wasabi, mayonnaise, pickled ginger, lettuce, tomato, lettuce and onion. 

To give back while dining out, try the Goodnight Burger, served with Tillamook Cheddar, caramelized onions, fresh jalapenos, lettuce, tomato, caffeinated BBQ sauce and their signature Sassy Sauce. For each burger sold, Hopdoddy donates $1 to a local nonprofit organization.

While their creative burgers are the main attraction, their sides are just as enticing. Their Hot Honey and Sage Fries, sweet potato fries tossed in sweet-spicy honey and fried sage and rosemary, are perfect for those looking for a bit of heat while their Kennebec Fries put an elevated spin on a burger joint staple. And with a multitude of craft beers, margaritas, cocktails and loaded shakes, there are plenty of options to wash it all down with. So bring the whole family out to enjoy a quick but delicious meal together.

“We want people to come to Hopdoddy for a good time and great burgers, plain and simple,” Fohn says.


HOPDODDY BURGER BAR

1230 Main Street

Southlake

817.310.6000

Hopdoddy.com

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