Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Restaurant review: Liberty Burger in Dallas
We enjoyed their creative twist on classic American favorites.
DALLAS We have heard great reviews on Liberty Burger, and before summer got away from us, we wanted to try it out. Liberty Burger is located on the corner of Forest and Inwood in a shopping center. You might drive right by, but with one glance at the packed parking lot, this place grabs your attention. Patrons are given a number upon entering, and they stand in line to order at the counter. Server bring out the food once it's ready. This system seemed to work quite well with the volumes of people they were serving.
We had to try the salted caramel custard shake. The shake was creamy, full of caramel, and we could actually taste a hint of the salt. They nailed the salty/sweet combination with this tasty treat!
Liberty Burger offers several very unique options, and we decided to be adventurous. We ordered the South of the Burger, which came topped with refried beans, cheddar cheese, avocado slices, tortilla chips, and pico de gallo. For $7.50, this was packed full of flavor and definitely filled us both up.
We ordered a side of onion rings and french fries, too. The onion rings were huge and battered up in a buttermilk mixture. They were crispy, crunchy, and heavily breaded. These alone were worth going back for. The French fries were shoe-string-style, but nothing extraordinary to report on there.
Liberty Burger is definitely worth a visit if you are in the neighborhood. We enjoyed their creative twist on classic American favorites.
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