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The Dallas Invasion Continues With Rodeo Goat Ice House

Burgers and beers, straight outta DFW

Rodeo Goat’s Ranch Hand Burger
Courtesy Rodeo Goat

Continuing the parade of Dallas-based businesses setting their sights on Houston, a brand new, beer-heavy concept will soon hit Space City.

Announced via release, Rodeo Goat Ice House will open its first Houston outpost in the buzzy EaDo neighborhood, fittingly at the intersection of Dallas and St. Emanuel. The Houston outpost is the third Rodeo Goat in Texas — the first debuted in Fort Worth in 2012, and a second hit Dallas last year.

The restaurant is known for its wacky burgers, made with grass-fed beef from 44 Farms in Cameron, Texas and topped with everything from queso fresco to corn chips. The menu will also feature a selection of “tribute burgers” inspired by as-yet-unnamed local celebrities.

The concept was developed by successful North Texas restaurateur Shannon Wynne, known for concepts like Flying Saucer Draught Emporium, Flying Fish, and Dallas’ Meddlesome Moth.

Rodeo Goat Ice House is set to make its Houston debut in Spring 2017.

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