1. THE MAC TRUCK BURGER
      The Palette’s modern interpretation of classic dishes make it a must for Top City Foodies.  (2) 7oz burgers topped with American cheese, grilled onions, lettuce, tomato, pickles and  Thousand Island dressing.
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      THE PALETTE  //  2134 SW Westport Dr.


    2. EURO BRUSSEL SALAD
      Pedro Conception conceptualizes dishes beyond any “burger joint.” From featured butter nut squash soup to chicken pozole – The BurgerStand is always thinking outside the bun.  Brussels sprout salad with roasted corn, feta cheese, bacon and sun dried tomato vinaigrette.
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      THE BURGERSTAND  //  College Hill.


       

    3. THREE AND FOUR GO TO:
    4. TAPAS AND/OR CUBANO
      Mark your calendar for the first Thursday of each month at 5p – that is when Luis’ Place opens for their monthly tapas and wine tasting night. Menu changes monthly and the wine tour is guided by Grant Holthaus. Luis’ Place is open for lunch and dinner on Friday (only). Plan to have their Cubano sandwich this Friday.
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      LUIS’ PLACE  //  435 S Kansas Ave.


    5. TACOS AT THE GOOSE
      Every Sunday enjoy traditional hard shell tacos at 75¢ each. Get there early, they do sell out. Not in the taco mood? The Dutch Goose is a legendary sandwich with their signature jalapeño jelly. Be sure to take note of their new bar and floor, it looks great.
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      THE DUTCH GOOSE  //  3203 SW 10 St.

 

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