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Slater's 50/50 Opens in Dallas

Article and photography by Kimberly Stephens

You simply can’t go wrong with the tagline of the newest burger joint on lower Greenville - Bacon, Burgers, and Beer!

Slater's 50/50, founded in Anaheim Hills, California, has mastered the ultimate burger experience and is now spreading their passion to Dallas, Texas. This new place is sure to satisfy your taste buds with tempting hamburgers, hundreds of regional craft beers, all while leading you right into bacon heaven.

I’m definitely a hamburger fanatic and with so many burger joints in Texas, you would think it would be easy to find a great quality burger, but it’s actually not so easy. I was excited to see Slater's 50/50 make their Texas debut, with their farm-to-fork philosophy, 100% Black Angus beef, and a vast selection of extraordinary hamburgers to choose from.

The menu at Slater's 50/50 is sure to have something for everyone. With a variety of choices ranging from The Best D*** Bacon Cheeseburger, The Nacho Burger, to the Original 50/50 Burger, Slater's menu is a true playground for burger enthusiasts.

If you have a sweet tooth, the Peanut Butter & Jellousy is waiting to greet your taste buds and will not leave you disappointed, as it's a meal and dessert all combined in one bun! As seen below, the PBJ creation has 100% Black Canyon Angus beef, thick-cut bacon, peanut butter, strawberry jelly, and a honey wheat bun, plus ice cream (ask for it on the side).

Although very hard to choose, the Nacho Burger was my favorite item off the menu. All of my favorite things were wrapped in a tortilla, then deep-fried chimichanga-style! Carne asada beef, cheese sauce, bacon, tortilla strips and guacamole...just wow!  There was a nice little kick to it which made it even better.

No matter what you choose off the menu, bacon is sure to compliment each item from the cocktails such as the Bacon Mary, or the bacon brownie which easily stole my heart.

Trust me, head to lower Greenville today and order a few or all of the items off the menu, you will definitely thank me later.

2817 Greenville Ave.
Dallas, TX 75206

Scroll to see more tempting plates from Slater's 50/50...

*While my meal was complimentary at this media dinner, all thoughts and opinions, as always, remain my own


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