TURKEY BURGER PLEASE
After circling the garage for a second time, we finally found a parking space on the third floor. One thing was for certain, we didn’t leave that place until our bellies were filled with something tasty and satisfying. We craved gelato before eating breakfast. I mean that Paciugo Gelato shop is always in our peripheral vision. Would you believe I never had gelato? I know what you’re thinking, I’m so late on trying some of the popular treats. Anyways, since we skipped the most important meal of the day, our empty stomachs needed something heartier instead.
Two minutes from the parking garage was where we discovered potentially one of the tastiest meals to add to our Sisters Who Lunch categories! The last meal I documented on my blog was from Wild Salsa. Chanel and I been to several other places after Wild Salsa, so it’s time I keep track of out foodie adventures. Who doesn’t enjoy a good food post, especially for another country outside of where you live?
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On the corner of our uptown adventure, we passed a cute little eatery featuring one of the most buildable meals ever, BURGERS! Village Burger Bar sits on the corner in our uptown village of Dallas, TX. The place is too hard to resist as it’s constantly obtaining heavy foot traffic between Noon and 3pm.
During our sister hangout, we always walk by the restaurant witnessing locals chowing down on what is possibly the best burger they ever tried. I’m assuming it is because eaters are always wiping their hands and mouths from the juicy consistency. Let’s find out if it’s the best…
Village Burger Bar
We walked into the crowded restaurant earnestly searching for a spot to eat. Ironically in a packed place, we found a cute quiet area by the window and not too far from the condiment section. I wish I took more photos of the wood-dominated atmosphere that screamed, “hangout spot for the college grad!”
After we took our number, we chatted about our next adventure and other girly things such as spring clothes, cute guys walking by and whether or not we were going to stop for gelato or Bird Bakery for an afternoon treat. I believe Bird Bakery won that battle, it’s just too hard to resist a warm Mexican hot chocolate brownie and the Corrigan Coffee cookie with chocolate, which are two of my favorites. I need to post about that eatery too 🙂
Chanel ordered the Cheddar, a beef patty topped with cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato, dill pickles, onion and a champagne mustard. Champagne mustard! I never heard of champagne mustard. Have you had that? Do you like mustard? Honey mustard is good right? Comment below 🙂 Chanel really enjoyed her Cheddar burger with the shoestring fries dipped in jalapeno mayo.
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I’m always the woman who has to try new things. After having my Neapolitan pizza a while ago, I always told myself to stay open to taking risks and break my old habits. So I tried something that reminded me of Thanksgiving Day dinner. The Turkey is a turkey burger topped with jalapeno jack cheese, dried cranberries, baby greens, tomato and mayo. I added my favorite style of fries, sweet potatoes with artichoke aioli as a dipping sauce.
Let me tell you, the patty was nice and tender and the cheese was super creamy. I was apprehensive about dried cranberries on a burger because I didn’t know if it would be too sweet. The burger was well balanced between sweet and savory, talk about a relief! I would definitely order it again.
What’s on their Menu?
The restaurant serves appetizers from warm spinach & artichoke dip to fried pickle chips. Not only is Village Burger Bar famous for their juicy hand held goodness such as the Dougie composed with cheddar cheese, lettuce, bacon, onion, topped with a cage-free fried egg and village sauce but they serve truffle fries! Yummy in my tummy🤤 Have you ever had truffle fries? Village Burger Bar serves shoestring fries dressed in Parmesan cheese and white truffle oil! Adding this to my must-try list.
Aside from their cheffed-up burgers, Village Burger Bar offers various salads and panini-style sandwiches. Now I’m a southern-Texan girl, but my favorite type of food to eat is Mediterranean style. Under the panini category is the Florentine, which is filled with Swiss cheese, baby spinach, artichoke aioli, sauteed mushrooms & onions. Ok someone help me out on which one I should try next, the Dougie or Florentine? 🤔
Overall, I say Village Burger Bar was satisfying and we definitely need to plan a return visit. I enjoyed their southern hospitality, ambiance of the interior design and the compact but diverse menu. Where is your favorite burger joint? What’s one topping you must have on your burger?
Do you like these type of posts from me? Let me know and I’ll write more, I’m always eating at tons of restaurants! Comment below if you want to see more from me 🙂