Food & Drink

The 11 best French fries in Dallas

Published On 11/05/2014 Published On 11/05/2014
Blind Butcher
Jason Moore
L.A. Burger
Yelp/Michelle H.
Katy Trail Ice House
Uncle Uber's
Stackhouse
Tillman's Roadhouse
Chicken Scratch
Vagabond
Libertine Bar
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1. The Blind Butcher 1919 Greenville Ave, Dallas, TX 75206 (Lower Greenville)

It’s hard to focus on a single menu item because The Blind Butcher makes their own pickles, hand cranks their own sausages, fries pig ears, makes a mean charcuterie board, and is beloved for their sinfully good poutine. The Butcher features an obscenely large beer list with craft drafts from some of America’s favorite breweries (think Ommegang and Lagunitas), local Texas breweries, and their own house brew. This restaurant has a distinctly industrial, relaxed feel in it’s home in an old warehouse, yet it brings a stylish urban atmosphere that has been described as “New York comes to Dallas.”

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2. Goodfriend Beer Garden and Burger House 1154 Peavy Rd, Dallas, TX 75218 (East Dallas)

They say that a good friend is hard to find. But in this case, you just need a GPS or a fairly decent sense of smell. This beer garden and burger joint is everything its name says and more because who says you can't put a buddy between buns and devour him?

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3. Katy Trail Ice House 3127 Routh St, Dallas, TX 75201 (Uptown)

This beer garden/restaurant hybrid has one of the largest patios in Dallas and boasts 50 brews on tap, ranging from simple domestics to international imports, all poured behind a 50ft bar that features a number of flatscreens, making it a perfect game-day spot. Make sure to stop by for brunch for $6 mimosas from 11am to 3pm.

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4. Uncle Uber's Sammich Shop 2713 Commerce St, Dallas, TX 75226 (Deep Ellum)

It's no surprise that one of the best sandwich shops in in the city is nestled in Dallas' historic Deep Ellum (they've got all the good stuff). Operating like an old-school deli, the bare-bricked Uncle Uber's serves up classics like the the Cuban, quirky specialties like the Veggie BunME, and downright deviously tasty stuff like shaved ribeye steaks and glutenous quarter-pound patty burgers. And no self-respecting Deep Ellum restaurant would be caught dead without a draft selection from the Deep Ellum Brewery.

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5. Stackhouse Burgers 2917 Gaston Ave, Dallas, TX 75226 (East Dallas)

At Stackhouse, choose between one or two patties and a wide selection of toppings, ranging from pickled jalapeños to good ol' cheese. The menu also includes a number of sandwiches, salads, sides, and dessert items, in case the bold burgers don't do the trick.

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6. Chicken Scratch 2303 Pittman St., Dallas, TX

Chrises Jeffers & Zielke tapped Smoke's Tim Byers to build the menu for this rustic-modern, quick-service shack, where you can dine in, or get a to-go plate, then grab beer from the next-door Foundry and sit at one of their picnic tables while listening to live music. Either way, you'll gorge on fried or rotisserie chicken, mac 'n cheese, and from-scratch, daily changing frozen paletas.

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7. Vagabond 3619 Greenville Ave, Dallas, TX 75206 (Lower Greenville)

Vagabond will hook you up with delicious brunch, plenty of customizable burgers, and a serious craft beer menu (30-plus options) that you can enjoy while playing bocce on their patio.

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8. The Libertine Bar 2101 Greenville Ave, Dallas, TX 75206 (Lower Greenville)

A divey Lowest Greenville bar with live music and great specials, The Libertine Bar is a dope spot in Dallas to get your drink on. Specials at this gloriously low-key hang include $3 Texas Beer Night on Wednesdays and half-price food on Tuesdays-- how could you go wrong? You might come here for just a drink, but the food menu is definitely also worth your while.

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