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Rodeo Goat Ice House Finally Makes Its Houston Debut

Look for inventive burgers and craft beer at the North Texas export

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Rodeo Goat Ice House, a DFW export known for offbeat burgers and beer, is finally opening its Houston outpost.

The restaurant at 2118 Lamar Street will quietly arrive this week, and was strategically chosen to be near the Toyota Center, Minute Maid Park, and BBVA Compass Stadium, according to Chron. Originally a Fort Worth eatery, Rodeo Goat expanded into Dallas several years ago and has been landing on Eater’s best burgers maps ever since with its uniquely-topped burgers.

Houston diners can look forward to the atypical toppings that have made Rodeo Goat’s menu stand out in North Teas like the “Hot Bastard” with habanero cheddar and marinated fresno peppers, the “Terlingua” with corn chips and brisket chili, or the “Sugar Burger” with grilled peaches, jalepeño jam, and candied bacon. There’s even a nod to a hometown hero with the “Marvin Zindler” featuring bacon, jalapenos, barbecue sauce, and pickle chutney.

Rodeo Goat opens at 4 p.m. today and will operate from Sun through Thursday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. to midnight.

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