BurgerFi states: “We really get cooking with our 100% natural ANGUS and WAYGU beef, free of hormones and antibiotics and chef-driven menu items, like our famous crispy fries and double-battered onion rings — served hot and crunchy with our chef-created sauces. Other favorites include our VegeFi (our own gourmet spin on a veggie burger), Vienna hot dogs with all the fixings, frozen custard, natural sugar cane sodas, and local craft beer and wine. You’ll find the highest level of pride and attention in everything we do.”
“Life Is Short-Live, Eat Delicious One Of A kind Burgers, Drink, Laugh, & Love.” ( New Burger list every year )
Trey (Chow Down) Chapman
Good day burger buddies,
I received an email from a burger lover who requested I check out Liberty Burger. He thought I would enjoy it, I figured “Why not”?
There are plenty of new burger joints to visit, but it is nearly impossible to visit them all. After I did my due diligence, I thought it necessary to take a ride over to chow down at the DFW Liberty Burger.
Liberty Burger philosophy is, “We are family-owned and Texas-grown, and that’s how we operate. We not only strive to reinvent the all-American concept of the hamburger, but we pledge to be a restaurant with high-quality food, social contribution, and environmental responsibility. We believe in doing things right: sourcing the freshest and highest quality product, finding local bakeries that use only American-grown ingredients, and ensuring that our meats come from responsible sources.
No, it’s not the easiest way to run a restaurant, but it is the right way – and that’s what we are committed to doing. Call us crazy, but Liberty Burger has goals far above the “bottom line.” We hold our values close to our heart and pride ourselves on quality, community, and service. From the beef to the beer to the beverages, Liberty Burger strives to use only family-owned and Texas-grown products and services.
We believe in supporting the communities that support us, and we are thankful for all of your support.”
I just love hamburgers. My family has been involved with burgers ever since I can remember. We’ve sold them in basically every restaurant concept we’ve owned and operated for the past 100 years. We’ve created new burger profiles for our restaurant concepts, and helped with the creation and implementation for others too. My granddad started “Quality Meat and Provision Company” in 1930 in which we produced, boxed, sold and delivered our family hamburger patties to restaurants all over Texas, New Mexico, and Oklahoma.
As a boy, I not only worked in our restaurants, but I also worked at our meat company helping make and box hamburgers too. I’ve had so much experience with hamburgers that if there were Masters Degrees for hamburger knowledge, I would have to have had three of them by now at the very least.
Having so much history with hamburgers, I’ve always wondered when and where the hamburger was created. According to Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro, the hamburger- a ground meat patty between two slices of bread, was first created in America in the 1900’s by Louis Lassen, a Danish immigrant and owner of Louis’ Lunch in New Haven, Connecticut. Louis Lunch is still in operation today and is a wonderful place with a cozy-looking atmosphere.
There are several different versions of stories of when the hamburger was invented- one version is that of German cook, Otto Kuasw- who created a very popular “sailors’ sandwich” made of a fillet of beef fried in butter, served with a fried egg, between two toasted buns in 1891, Hamburg, Germany!
Truth be told, it doesn’t really matter to me where it was created, I’m just glad it was! What does matter is bringing you, my Trey’s Chow Down loyal Fans, the best burgers I tasted in 2016.
I urge you try some of them, and share my list with the world for everyone to enjoy!
Burgers are in no certain order. They each are amazing and incredibly flavorful! Please enjoy my list of the best of the most delicious and juicy burgers that I’ve eaten in 2016.
1. Fred’s Queso Burger at Fred’s
TCU, Fort Worth
2. Fred’s Diablo Burger at Fred’s
7th Street Location, Fort Worth
3. Fred’s Slider Burgers at Fred’s
North location, Fort Worth
4. Swiss Pastry Shop Killer Bee Burger,
5. Chef Blythe’s Southern Kitchen Mac-Bacon-Cheese Burger,
North Richland Hills
6. Dutch’s Burger at Dutch’s TCU,
7. The Independent Burger at
The Independent Bar & Kitchen in
Deep Ellum, Dallas
8. Press Cafe Burger at Press Cafe,
9. Maple & Motor Cheese Burger with
Bacon, Jalapeño, and Pepper Jack Cheese. At Maple and Motor,
10. The Burger Tower at
From Accoss The Pond Restaurant,
North Richland Hills
11. Cowtown Burger with Bacon at
Kincades, Fort Worth
12. Red’s Texas Special w/Bacon
Red’s Burger House, Azle
13. Roy Pope Custom Burger
Roy Rope Grocery, Fort Worth
14. Rapscallion Burger w/Bacon
15. The Cork & Pig Burger
At Cork & Pig, Fort Worth
16. The El JEFE Burger/Gas Monkey Dallas
17. The Grease Monkey
Black & Bleu Burger w/Bacon, Arlington
18. Boulevardier Burger/Boulevardier Dallas
19. Del Frisco’s Grill Burger in
Fort Worth or Dallas areas
20. Pints & Quarts Burger
At Pints & Quarts in Dallas
21. Adair’s Burger /Adair’s Saloon, Dallas
Thank you so much for your dedication and support. Try these burgers and tell’em you “Chow With Trey.”