Rodeo Goat brings its gourmet burgers, fried pies and funky personality to Plano’s Heritage Creekside development
If you’re into two-fisted gourmet hamburgers with crazy names and hefty toppings, you’ll be pleased to know Rodeo Goat has opened a shop in Plano’s new Heritage Creekside development. Called Rodeo Goat Ice House, the chain’s fourth outpost offers burgers ground in-house daily using beef from 44 Farms, cocktails and plenty of local beers.
The twenty burgers on the menu range from the Chaca Oaxaca (beef and chorizo, avocado, pico de gallo, fried egg, queso fresco and Tabasco mayo) to the Terlingua (havarti, homemade chili, onion, corn chips and garlic-herb mayo), plus nods to local personalities like oil tycoon H.L. Hunt and “Voice of the Cowboys” Brad Sham. Even better than the burgers: the crispy fries smothered in brisket chili and cheese, and a duo of fried pies.
Rodeo Goat is owned by Shannon Wynne, Keith Schlabs and Larry Richardson, who also own Meddlesome Moth, Mudhen Meat and Greens LARK on the Park, Bird Café, Flying Saucer Draught Emporium and Flying Fish.
641 Powell Lane near Plano Parkway and Alma, 469-409-4628. Hours of operation are Sunday-Thursday 11am-11pm and Friday-Saturday 11am-midnight.