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Hopdoddy Is Putting Poutine On A Burger; Dallas Beer Kitchen Blames Construction For Closure

Plus, Dixie House says goodbye.

Burger and fries on a bun? Done.
Burger and fries on a bun? Done.
Hopdoddy Burger Bar
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BURGER WIRE – Just in case you were worried that your usual burger-a-day habit wasn’t indulgent enough, get thee to Hopdoddy Burger Bar and dig into Poutine on a Bun. Pile your cheeseburger high with gravy-smothered fries, caramelized onions, and a sunny-side-up egg. Dallas locations of Hopdoddy will serve this calorie bonanza until February 7. [EaterWire]

LAKEWOOD – Dixie House, the sister restaurant of embattled restaurant chain Black Eyed Pea, is officially on the way out. Dixie House’s owners said last week that they remained committed to keeping the property open, despite filing for bankruptcy and closing locations, including the original Black Eyed Pea, last year. The building’s landlord, Lincoln Property Group, had other plans, and terminated Dixie House’s month-to-month lease. Dixie House's last day is January 29. RIP, fluffy yeast rolls. [CultureMap]

LOWER GREENVILLE – Lower Greenville’s Dallas Beer Kitchen has closed its doors, citing the ongoing construction in the neighborhood. According to Dallas Beer Kitchen owner Bryan Kaeser, his business saw 60% decline in business after the construction began, and it just wasn’t able to recover. [WFAA]