In Texas, you don’t play around with burgers unless, of course, you stuff them with cheese, smother them in queso, jalapeños and bacon and pair them with an adult milkshake.
Customers continuously told Kenny that his burgers from Kenny’s Wood Fired Grill were the best burgers they tasted. Kenny listened and opened Kenny’s Burger Joint to offer his mouth-watering burgers with a casual dining experience.
Kenny’s philosophy caters to the customer. If you want to order a plate of bacon-wrapped jalapeños and 1 onion ring, go for it, they’ll make it special for you.
The monstrous burgers at Kenny’s Burger Joint are served open faced, which sounds posh but makes digging in easier for you. Most of the meat dishes are cooked on a natural wood-burning hickory grill.
If you do like a little heat, try Bud’s queso, a burger smothered in queso and extra jalapeños and bacon– just like Kenny likes it.
The Jucy Lucy is perfect for those looking for something without spice. American cheese oozes from the cheese-stuffed patty. Take caution, the cheese likes to shoot out like a rocket when you cut (or bite) in.
The burgers are delicious but leave room for the shakes. You can get them spiked with booze to top off your dinner (or lunch, or late breakfast, we’re not judging). If you get adventurous, you can try Grey Goose vodka from the tap, served at 28 degrees Fahrenheit.