When your belief system shifts, it can necessitate a reexamination of both your personal and professional life, hence the Dylan's seminal post-born-again album Everybody Must Get Saved. Changing the way they do beef, The Grazing Cow, just opened in Plano
Cow's a garishly colorful burger & 'dog luncheonette installed in the front end of Mangez Catering, whose husband/wife owners converted to Organic-ism after becoming first-time parents; since their catering clients were unlikely to pay extra for healthier bulk purchases, they decided to spread the word in scaled-down fashion, one face-stuffing at a time. The dry-aged beef hails from Grandview's Burgundy Farms, whose cattle eat only grass from birth to...being summoned for a higher calling, namely burgers ranging from the 1/3lb "Natural" to the mammoth "Bloated", whose patty's crammed with one of 5 cheeses (from Swiss to goat); and hot dogs from the "Naked" to "The Englishman", graced with baked beans and a fried egg -- which, being British, is never sunny side up. Additional toppings include everything from bacon/grilled onions to green chilies/portobellos/pesto; sides include salads, hand-cut fries available w/ various "dust and dips", and "The Experiment": fries topped with bacon, pesto, Danish blue cheese and sharp cheddar, though if it were that sharp, it would be conducting The Experiment.
To wash down the meat, Cow pours all-natural flavored lemonades, including pomegranate, mango, key lime, and dark cherry. They've also made two odd promises: to never sling chicken, or accept cash, instead allowing only credit or debit -- so despite your protests that everybody must get served, that $20, they won't be a changing.