Rodeo Goat: The people’s champ
By Preston Jones – Sept 24, 2015

After a final face-off with Fred’s Texas Cafe, a Fort Worth icon and favorite located mere steps away in the bustling West 7th area, Rodeo Goat emerged victorious in the 2015 Battle of the Burgers readers’ bracket. Read More


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Dallas, Texas 75207

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Rodeo Goat: The people’s champ
By Preston Jones – Sept 24, 2015

After a final face-off with Fred’s Texas Cafe, a Fort Worth icon and favorite located mere steps away in the bustling West 7th area, Rodeo Goat emerged victorious in the 2015 Battle of the Burgers readers’ bracket. Read More

Sandwich of the Week: Rodeo Goat’s Chaca Oaxaca
By Kate Kolenda – September 4, 2015

The Southwestern Mexican state of Oaxaca is known for, among other things, its colorful handwoven textiles. It’s home to a number of indigenous groups, each of which hold their own generations-old textile traditions, including hand-spinning cotton or silk and creating vividly colored natural dyes that have been sourced locally for thousands of years. Read More

The Lonesome Vegetarian: Battle of the veggie burgers
By Marilyn Bailey – Sept 2, 2015

Big discovery? Veggie burgers are still hard for restaurants to get right. We applaud those that make their own patties from scratch — and really, we can’t be bothered to order the frozen Gardenburger kind of things.Read More

Rodeo Goat: Update on the 2013 Burger Battle champ
By Robert Philpot – October 16, 2014

Chupacabra sightings at Rodeo Goat Fort Worth are coming to an end. By the time you read this, they may have stopped completely. Read More

Rodeo Goat's Christmas In July Burger Is a Big, Messy Present for Your Mouth
By Amy McCarthy – July 25, 2014

The concept of "Christmas In July" promotions has never really made much sense to me. This is Texas, and nothing about triple-digit temperatures makes me think of the holiday season. Still, what likely started as a clever marketing strategy for stores to boost sluggish summer sales has inspired a damn delicious burger at Rodeo Goat in Fort Worth. Read More

Best Burger in DFW: Rodeo Goat
By / Joyce Marshall – August 15, 2013

The Fort Worth rookie had navigated every pothole (Chubby’s), landmine (Off-Site Kitchen) and roadblock (Charley’s) in its path to burger glory. But it hadn’t faced a battle-tested competitor like Chop House, chef Kenny Mills’ ever-expanding Arlington burger mecca that finished second in our 2011 bracket. Read More

Grind so fine: “Fort Worthy” Rodeo Goat’s freshly ground, all-natural fare is plate-licking good
By Jenni Hanley – April 18, 2013

FORT WORTH — Burger lovers, tip your hat. There’s a new brigade in Cowtown, and this ain’t their first rodeo. I’m not sure what’s most enticing about Rodeo Goat —- the freshly ground natural goods, the impressive craft beer list, or the quirky personality. New from the folks who brought you the Flying Saucer and Meddlesome Moth, they call themselves an ice house/patio bar, but I don’t think that does the place justice...Read More

Rodeo Goat Icehouse in Fort Worth
By Malcolm Mayhew – December 21, 2012

And then it arrived, this mythical burger we'd heard so much about over the past few weeks, this gargantuan combo of meat, chorizo, slices of avocado, queso and fried egg that has the local burger blogosphere in a greasy lather, this new burger that will make us forget about all the other new burgers, this thing called Caca Oaxaca at this place called Rodeo Goat Icehouse...Read More

Get To The Goat
By LAURIE BARKER JAMES in Eats – December 19, 2012

Rodeo Goat is typically atypical. Even the décor is hard to pin down. With its indoor/outdoor seating, the Goat is sort of like a Texas Hill Country general store, plus a healthy serving of kitsch — the Christmas tree is trimmed with empty beer cans. Seating is mostly cocktail tables with barstools, though there is a little private area with real tables and chairs. The back patio, partly covered and festooned with little twinkly lights, includes a small wood-burning stove and a bunch of upscale picnic tables amid a sea of pea gravel. What? No dance floor?!.. Read More

Kickin': Rodeo Goat
By LAST CALL in Clubs – December 12, 2012

In my highly professional and totally expert opinion, no matter how fatty or juicy or upscale a hamburger is, it's still only good for sopping up one or two drinks. Your constitution might be such that a burger or other equivalent booze sponge is good for five or six beers, but mine is not, especially when said beers are 7 percent alcohol by volume. Thinking a big fatty meal will keep drunkenness at bay is (barely) acceptable logic at two in the morning, because after you've shoveled a chicken-fried steak in your face, you're probably just an hour away from conking out at home... Read More

A FW Dive With Crazy Burgers and Tons of Beer
By Thrillist Dallas – December 10, 2012

The son of the Flying Saucer/ Meddlesome Moth peeps just opened Rodeo Goat, aiming to prove Cowtown's about more than just large domesticated ungulates. And if you've ever wondered what a burger joint in an old industrial complex would look like, RG's got your answer. Just head through the garage doors exposing dual indoor/outdoor bars and you'll hit... Read More

New Rodeo Goat Brings More House-Ground Burgers to DFW
By Scott Reitz – December 3, 2012

If you're thinking about opening up a burger restaurant in the area, you better be ready to step up your game. Another casual beer and burger joint called Rodeo Goat Ice House has opened near Fort Worth's Cultural District and they're grinding the meat for their burgers in house every day... Read More

Rodeo Goat
By Rich Vana – December 6, 2012

If Keith Grober tries to hide his enthusiasm about hamburgers, it doesn't really show. From an explanation on why he prefers house-ground brisket and chuck to the goals he sets for each individual menu entry, his eyes light up and his vocal inflections become a little more evident. Keith Grober is excited about hamburgers. So it's no surprise, really, to find that he makes exciting hamburgers... Read More


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