Burgers

Posted By Jenni Hanley on 2014 Jan 24 - 12:15pm

Jerry Hitt’s new restaurant, The Fillin’ Station in downtown Granbury, has been growing steadily thanks to loyal customers and rave word-of-mouth reviews.

After years of waiting patiently, Jerry Hitt is finally getting to live life in the fast lane—and he’s starting with lunch. A self-proclaimed “car nut,” Hitt designed the place with speed racers and stick shifts in mind. It’s an energetic, auto-themed atmosphere that...

Posted By Russell Kirkpatrick on 2013 Jul 25 - 9:44am

As we continue to roll through the summer, backyard grill masters continue to put on their aprons and prepare their manly masterpieces for families every weekend. Unquestionably, the hamburger rules the grill during the summer. In June, The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame and Fort Worth,...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Jun 10 - 5:10pm

Presented by Fort Worth, Texas magazine

Watch the chefs from Brownstone, Chop House, Jakes Uptown, Kincaid's, M & O Grille, Shaw's and Tommy's battle it out for the best burger of 2013!

Posted By Sgleaves on 2013 Jun 10 - 4:42pm

SEPT 5 / Join the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame as they celebrate their 12th year in Fort Worth's Cultural District with their second annual "Young Guns Battle of the Burger." The perfect burger is out there and you can help us find it; try them all in one day at the...

Posted By trey.chapman@fwtx.com on 2013 Jun 10 - 4:14pm

Howdy Y'all

What's better than getting a delicious burger from Kincaid's, Tommy's, The Brownstone, Jakes, Chop House, Shaw's or M&O? GETTING THEM ALL AT ONCE! The National Cowgirl Hall of Fame and Fort Worth, Texas magazine is putting on the first Cowgirl Battle of the Burger. All those...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Jun 19 - 12:31pm

You may remember the burgers at Billy Miner’s Saloon at Sundance Square that closed in 2010 after 27 years (and now houses Five Guys Burgers and Fries). The owners and location have changed, but the name and menu (and some of the staff) are nearly the same at Billy Miner’s Stockyards,...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Mar 9 - 3:33pm

Nothing is ever frozen.

  Five Guys Burgers and Fries is the latest company to join the bustling 35-block development with a 2,500 square foot store at 313 Houston Street. The restaurant opened March 8 on Houston Street next to Cabo Grande. It will be operated by Monument Restaurants L.L.C. and is housed in...