Hopdoddy Burger Bar

1400 S. Congress Ste. A-190, 512/243-7505

photo by John Anderson

Hopdoddy celebrates the “perfect union of burgers and beer.” All we care about is that the menu offers an exemplary burger lineup, with an emphasis on quality ingredients: buns freshly baked in-house; hand-crafted patties of freshly ground beef (or bison, tuna, or veggies); hickory-smoked bacon; and homemade condiments.

Other Locations

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Chronicle Reviews

Hopdoddy Burger Bar

Hop on over to the hopping Hopdoddy, but we hope you'll be careful hopping off those stools

Virginia B. Wood, January 20, 2011


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