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Top Round’s Giant Roast Beef Sandwiches Land Later This Fall

The California-based chain will open its first Texas location in Irving

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California-based chain Top Round has officially announced plans to bring its giant roast beef sandwiches and beef fat fries to Dallas later this fall.

Eater reported that the chain was looking to expand into Texas last year, and now a location at the Irving Music Factory has been chosen for Top Round’s first Dallas-Fort Worth outpost. Founded in 2013 in Los Angeles by Chef Steven Fretz, Top Round is known for its roast beef, which is roasted for ten hours in the restaurant before being piled onto sandwiches.

The restaurant also serves up pickle-brined chicken sandwiches and frozen custard, along with french fries that are deep-fried in beef fat. Perhaps those fries can help fill the void left when Luscher’s in Deep Ellum closed, putting an end to Tallow Fries Tuesdays forever.

Top Round is expected to make its debut in Irving in November 2017. Stay tuned for more details on when those beef fat fries will be available on a daily basis.