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Something of a cult-burger destination, Off-Site Kitchen is one of several successful restaurants by local chef Nick Badovinus who first opened this place in the Design District in 2012. The local... Read More
Something of a cult-burger destination, Off-Site Kitchen is one of several successful restaurants by local chef Nick Badovinus who first opened this place in the Design District in 2012. The local favorite is a griddled quarter pounder consisting of house-ground Angus chuck, onions, lettuce, tomato, pickles and mayo on a brioche bun. At $4.99 a pop, it's hard to pass up. But diners can also order their burgers decked out with everything from barbecue brisket to peanut butter and bacon with hot pepper jam. And burgers aren't the only draw, there's Nashville hot fried chicken, sloppy Joe tacos plus a host of salads and sandwiches as well. Best of all, everything on the menu comes in under $10, booze-laced slushies included.
331 Singleton Blvd
Dallas, TX 75212
- Trinity Groves' Best Restaurants: "The lines can be long when visiting Off-Site Kitchen at peak times. A great option is to call in your order ahead of time and have a picnic on nearby Ron Kirk Bridge."
- Best Value: "Best seats in the house are out on the patio. Don't miss the mini pies for dessert. Ditto for the frozen cocktails."
- Best for Trinity Groves' Best Restaurants Because: Off-Site Kitchen offers some of the best burger bang for your buck.
- Recommended as Best Value Because: When you're on a budget burger bandwagon and only the best will do, OSK is the place to go.