One of the biggest culinary trends in recent months is the Impossible Burger. In the past, meat-free burgers have been made with everything from soy to beans. Mimicking the look, feel, and taste of a traditional burger, the Impossible Burger has gained a lot of notoriety among vegetarians and meat-lovers alike. For those that want to explore the best plant-based burgers near our Dallas high-rise apartments, here are some restaurants to check out:
Located in the Dallas Arts District, Rodeo Goat is a burger lover’s paradise. A warehouse-inspired dining room has industrial accents, such as exposed ductwork and large garage doors that create indoor and outdoor seating. The menu is definitely an ode to the burger with almost twenty options, including the ability to replace any protein with the plant-based Impossible Burger. Customer favorites include the goat-cheese-topped Nanny Goat and the spicy Chaca Oaxaca.
Hopdoddy Burger Bar
Part of a chain of restaurants throughout the south, Hopdoddy Burger Bar has two locations in Dallas. Focused on becoming a part of the community in each location, Hopdoddy Burger Bar feels more like a neighborhood eatery than a burger chain. With a mission to use only the freshest ingredients, the menu is filled with locally sourced items for house specialties. Hopdoddy’s plant-based burger, The Impossible, is a sandwich piled high with cheddar, homemade sauce and onions.
Uncle Uber’s Sammich Shop
Found in Deep Ellum, Uncle Uber’s Sammich Shop is a go-to spot for mouth-watering burgers. Open since 2011, Uncle Uber’s Sammich Shop is a casual spot filled with eclectic touches like offbeat artwork and knick-knacks scattered throughout the dining area. The menu boasts an unconventional flare with an array of sandwiches and burgers, including substituting protein for an Impossible Burger and adding everything from bleu cheese to grilled jalapenos.Back to all posts