Hamburgers are no longer just pickles, mustard, and ketchup. Founded in Fort Worth in late 2012, Rodeo Goats' burgers are as usual and fun as the name of the restaurant itself. With six Texas locations (Ft. Worth, Plano, Rockwall, Dallas, Houston, and Cypress Waters), Rodeo Goat is the place to go if you are craving an out-of-the-ordinary burger experience.
What is Rodeo Goat?
Most burgers fall in the $9.50-$10.50 range and can be made with ground beef, ground turkey, ground salmon, ground chicken, an impossible patty, or a vegan patty. Sides like goat chips, fries, and cheese fries surprise are extra. Along with a large beer selection, Rodeo Goat also offers creative cocktails. And for dessert grab a goat ball (fried brie topped with blackberry compote).
The Sugar Burger
Like it sweet? The sugar burger is topped with candied bacon, grilled peaches, caramelized onions, arugula, and jalapeno jam. Yes, please!
The Chaca Oaxaca
This burger starts with a beef and chorizo patty topped with an avocado spread, pico de gallo, fried egg, queso fresco, and a tabasco mayo.
The Whiskey Burger
What's better than Irish whiskey cheddar, candied bacon, blackberry compote, shredded lettuce, and whole-grain mustard on a bun?
The Nanny Goat
This burger seems like a perfect picnic lunch. A beef patty is topped with herb goat cheese, bibb lettuce, beefsteak tomato, onion, and garlic-herb mayo.
The Neil Young
You don't need to eat meat to enjoy this burger joint. The Neil Young comes with a homemade vegan patty topped with hydroponic sprouts, beefsteak tomato, avocado, and green goddess dressing.
The Hot Bastard
Habanero Cheddar, marinated Fresno peppers, bibb lettuce, beefsteak tomato, onion, and a hot Fresno aioli will make your mouth tingle with flavor.
The White Animal
Garlic-roasted cremini mushrooms, pickled onions, gruyere, and a soy caramel glaze make this burger drool-worthy.