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Hopdoddy Burger Bar brings great burgers near DFW Airport


Landing its fifth Dallas-Fort Worth location today, Hopdoddy Burger Bar brings its hefty burgers and craft beers to Glade Parks in Euless today. The Glade Parks location, a retail center on SH-121 southwest of DFW Airport, marks the Austin-based burger chain’s fifth North Texas-area location and a solid choice if you’re looking for burgers near DFW Airport.

Hopdoddy is popular for its freshly ground burger meat and pillowy soft burger buns, baked in house several times a day. The restaurants also serve handspun milkshakes, beers and cocktails. Hopdoddy made its Dallas debut in 2012.

The new Euless location will is the first in DFW to offer a few new menu items, including a breakfast burger, available all day, made with an Angus beef, breakfast sausage, ham, “all-natural American cheese” (how is that even possible), scrambled eggs, potatoes and applewood-smoked bacon on a house-made brioche bun. New milkshake flavors include S’Mores, Bananas Foster and Vanilla Birthday Cake.

New cocktails include the “3 Whiskey L.I.T”  and the “Sparkling Pamplejousse,” both made with premium spirits and house-blended liquors. Local brewery taps include DFW’s Revolver Brewing and Peticolas Brewing Company.

Other Glade Parks restaurant tenants include Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar, Dave & Buster’s, Cinépolis, Five Guys Burgers, Panera Bread, Pie Five, Outback Steakhouse, Raising Cane’s, Rosa’s Café & Tortilla Factory and Potbelly Sandwich Shop.

photo: Hopdoddy Facebook

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