Humane Angus, spicy shots, and spiked shakes

Proving there's more worth stacking than cheddar, bread, bacon, and dolladollabillsy'all: Stack Burger Bar, a Warehouse District destination that's equal parts patty-pusher, watering hole, and sweets spot, with worn brick walls contrasted by lime-green furnishings, a crisp white bar top, and Elsie-pleasing/-terrifying decor like giant illuminated bovine photos and framed cow hides. What you'll get into

The Meat: Certified-humane, antibiotic-free Angus is slid into towering creations like the Arbor (portobello, sunny side-up egg, garlic aioli, arugula, Parm, tomato, balsamic onion), the Triple B (bourbon-bacon jam, Jack, fried onions, arugula, house pickles), and the Southtown, with Jack, avo, grilled red onion, michelada tomato, poblano aioli, and ghost chile "Red Light" pickle relish, which unlike other red light relishes, will only leave your mouth burning

The Sauce: Local taps like Live Oak Big Bark and Austin Beerworks Black Thunder, as well as margs such as the Avacado (with avocado!), the Whiskey River (Wild Turkey instead of tequila), and a straight-up serrano/jalapeno/habanero-infused tequila called the Hot Shot, which'll lead to a messy Part Deux.

The Sweet Stuff: Pumpkin fried pie, funnel cakes, and s'mores with whiskey-infused dark chocolate, as well as a slew of spiked shakes like the Baileys/vodka Cookies and Cream, and the Cointreau/vodka/grenadine Orange Push Up -- though regardless of push-up color, after eating here you might need to maximize your workout by stacking something else.