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Dining in Denton: LSA Burger

Article and photography by DWDJ Contributor Anna Price

Sometimes you just want a fantastic burger and a great atmosphere, and LSA Burger wins on all counts. When you walk into the restaurant, you’re immediately met with a giant version of the Last Supper, complete with Willie Nelson laughing right next to Jesus.

But the real fun happens on the rooftop bar, recently expanded. The rooftop overlooks the beautiful Denton Square and hosts murals by local artists showing off their skills.

If you are lucky enough to get a rooftop spot during sunset, you’ll be able to participate in LSA’s sunset toast, featuring local Denton brews. On weekends, you can enjoy some of the best musical acts in Denton County. On a Texas fall evening, not much can beat it...

...Except when it comes to the food. LSA Burger is, of course, known for their perfectly cooked and seasoned burgers. Juicy but not greasy, LSA burgers are topped with combinations of flavors that elevate but don’t disguise the beef as the star of this show.

My go-to is the Georgie Boy, a classic bacon cheeseburger that is elevated by LSA’s house made mayo, a fresh ranch-style sauce that you won’t be able to get enough of. Feeling spicy? The Los Lonely burger is topped with green chilis and pepperjack cheese, while the chipotle mayo gives you a fresh kick. Another winner is the Ready Freddy, topped with BBQ sauce, bacon, onions, and pickles, but if you’re willing to pay a few extra bucks we recommend adding a fried egg to take your burger over the top.
While burgers are the main attraction, you can’t visit LSA without chowing down on the brisket queso. You’ll be fighting your friends to get a piece of brisket mixed into the delicious cheese dip.

To complete your meal, add a side of their crispy garlic parmesan fries, or finish off with a slice of Texas Pecan Pie, featuring a scoop of Beth Marie’s handspun Honey Bourbon ice cream, and you’ve got yourself the quintessential Texas meal with the best view in town.

113 W Hickory
Denton, TX

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