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Balls Out Burger Opens In the Heights Next Month

Get ready to eat burgers & drink milkshakes on the dog-friendly patio

Look at those patties, y’all
Trevor Gerland

Just in case you were dying for a brand new restaurant named after testicles, Balls Out Burger is just about ready to make its debut in the Heights.

The new casual joint, from Irish restaurateur Ian Tucker, is set to open its doors at 1603 N. Durham Drive early next month, according to a press release. The restaurant will occupy a 1,000 square foot space in the Heights, along with a 4,000 square foot patio. The dog-friendly outdoor space will feature an awning to shield diners from the summer sun, an outdoor ordering station, and bar games like cornhole and giant Connect Four.

As far is the food is concerned, Balls Out Burger will serve up a pretty basic menu of burgers made with beef from popular Texas ranch 44 Farms and served on buns from Houston’s own Slow Dough bakery. In addition to brews from Saint Arnold and Texas wines, Balls Out Burger will also spin milkshakes made with ice cream from Amy’s in Austin, Texas. Just three flavors — strawberry, vanilla, and chocolate — will be available.

Balls Out Burger is set to make its debut on Saturday, June 3. After then, it will be open Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Friday & Saturday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

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