Monday, June 4, 2012
Restaurant review: Off-Site Kitchen in Dallas
Everything about the place oozes coolness.
There's about a six-week period when Dallas is on that Goldilocks type of weather. Not too hot, not too cold, it’s juuuuust right. For me, during this six week gap it’s all about one thing: gettin’ my patio on. So let’s kick off this Goldilocks weather right with one of my new favorite place in the world, Off-Site Kitchen.
I’m going to start this review by saying, I’ve been to OSK three times in the past week, and each of those three times I have gone with the intent to make a post. It’s just every time I went, I couldn’t help myself and I started eating the burger before I had a chance to take pictures. It was like I would go into some type of burger tunnel vision or something. All I could think of was how amazing this thing was tasting. By far my favorite burger here has to be the “Murph” style. I wish I could tell you what it has on it, but I ordered it with the quickness when I read it had a bacon relish topping. This thing will melt in your mouth (pause).
The burgers aren’t the only thing here that’s amazing. I mean seriously, serving 32-ounce Miller High Life cans in old Military ammo box?!!? Someone pinch me, cause I must be a dreamin’.
I swear when Nick Badovinus made this place, he solely geared it towards me. From the awesome old posters and photos inside, to the amazing patio outside, everything about this place is great. Oh, and did I mention there’s a giant cheeseburger in the parking lot?
I. MUST. GO. BACK.
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