Are you looking for a delicious veggie burger in DFW? Sometimes they can be hit or miss, but these locations in DFW know what they are doing. While DFW.com ranked their top picks for DFW’s veggie burger options last year to include Chop House Arlington, Spiral Diner, Rodeo Goat, Liberty Burger and Hillstone/Houston’s, there are a few others that you may not have known to try. Here is a look at some of the best veggie burgers to try.
Located in the University Park Village, Pacific Table offers a $12 pecan veggie burger. You’ll get a side of fries flavored with rosemary and garlic. While the restaurant is West Coast seafood, their veggie burger is topped with shiitake mushrooms, oats and carrots and topped with a pineapple glaze.
The patty is actually made of sticky sushi rice. What makes it unique is that it’s cooked over a pecan-wood fire and once done, it’s placed in a bun made with egg and a slice of jack cheese on top. While it used to be a “sandwich of the day” option, it’s become a staple on their regular menu. If you want, substitute kale salad, coleslaw, broccolini or Brussel sprouts for the fries.
For lunch only you can try one of the best veggie burgers in town at Bite City Grill. Their patty is made of roasted corn, black beans, brown rice, mushrooms, and roasted peppers. Then it’s topped with fresh mozzarella, roasted tomato and chile-spiked aioli. Also, the bun is made with egg. It’s a delicious option for a $12 veggie burger.
The Rodeo Goat offers a meatless burger called the Neil Young, but has since added a second delicious option. It’s called the Red-Headed Strange and costs $9 for a patty made with red and brown quinoa, radishes, barley and mushrooms. It’s then topped with leafy sprouts and a spinach mayo.
The cheapest option is LSA Burger Co.’s “The Bohemian” for $6.50. Their patty is made with black beans, oats, onion, jalapenos and brown rice. Enjoy it on a buttered bun with spinach, tomato, mayo and pepper jack cheese.
If you enjoy a good veggie burger, these are the best choices to try throughout the DFW area.