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Rodeo Goat is a Prime Spot for Burgers and Beers

03.03.2015 by: Becca Kouser
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Dallas has yet again provided us with another outstanding burger place. Rodeo Goat, located in the Design District, offers delectable burgers and a patio that'll keep you around. We enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere with a beautiful open patio featuring games and fireplaces. The decor is industrial, and the tables are communal, which is great for large parties or those wanting to make new friends by the end of their meal. Our favorite part of the decor is the eye-catching patio mural, perfect for a photo op. 

Rodeo Goat's Patio Mural and The Fainting Goat 

Beer lovers rejoice! Rodeo Goat has over 25 beers on tap, as well as craft cocktails, wine and more. We decided to go all in and try their signature cocktail, the Fainting Goat: a Revolver Blood & Honey screwed, including vodka and orange juice. Beware, these cocktails have a kick and are limited to two per customer. The Moontang and Raynorshine were also very tempting.


Cheese Fries Surprise

Rodeo Goat has been open for just a short time, but they've already made their Cheese Fries Surprise well known. What is the surprise? Tasty chili and jalapenos!  We recommend sharing these among the table to avoid eating the entire basket yourself. Other great starters include Chips and Queso or the Steaming Pile.


Chaca Oaxaca Burger


Nanny Goat Burger

Basic burgers don't live on Rodeo Goat's menu. They take their burgers up a notch by offering a variety of toppings. Our waitress recommended a local favorite, the Chaca Oaxaca: beef and chorizo, avocado, pico de gallo, fried egg, queso fresco, and tabasco mayo. The Chaca Oaxaca packs some heat, so make sure to have something to cool down your palate! If you're a goat cheese lover, try the Nanny Goat: a traditional beef patty topped with goat cheese, lettuce, tomato, onion and garlic-herb mayo. The Salted Sow, Sugar Burger, and Hot Bastard are also popular items.

Rodeo Goat doesn't leave vegetarians hungry. They offer large salads, and the ability to sub a veggie patty for any of their burgers.

If you still have room for dessert at the end of the meal, congratulations! The Goat Balls looked delicious and worth any overstuffing that may occur.

If you're a Fort Worth local and haven't tried the original location in the Cultural District, get there. On the next sunny day in Dallas, make your way to Rodeo Goat and enjoy the patio, burgers, and beers. 

Rodeo Goat's Official Website

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