About Us

Twisted Root Burger Company is a flip flop and baseball cap burger joint where the locals know the only thing we take seriously is our food!

With high-quality made-to-order burgers, a ‘come as you are’ environment and a strange reverence for Chuck Norris, there’s no place else quite like Twisted Root. Way back before ‘gourmet burgers’ was a thing, Chefs Jason Boso & Quincy Hart decided to build a restaurant around half-pound, fresh ground burgers with a menu that allowed customers to build their own burgers with a list of crazy and inventive toppings. The two met in culinary school, after jobs in stock brokerages and telephone line repair. After paying their dues working the line at The Four Seasons & Pappas Bros, Jason & Quincy finally opened Twisted Root Burger Co. in the Deep Ellum neighborhood of Dallas, Texas in 2006. Twisted Root appeared on the second season of Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives with Guy Fieri (2009) and suddenly Twisted Root was a dining destination in Dallas. While Twisted Root Burger Co. has seen incredible growth, Jason & Quincy have stuck to their roots and their senses of humor, using a hands-on approach to high-quality, fresh food in an casual atmosphere with tons of personality.

What Makes our Burgers BETTER?

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1/2 Pound Beef Patties

That's TWICE the size of your "typical" burger joint's burger. Just sayin'.

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Chef Owned & Operated

You'll still find Jason and Quincy in stores choppin' onions and kissing babies.

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Local Buns

We source our fresh buns from a local bakery. We like to keep it in the family where we can!

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Toppings Made in House

We get to the restaurant bright and early every day to prep the produce, hand batter the o'strings, mash the guacamole, and more! None of that preserved, packaged crap!

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House Made Condiments & Custom Pickles

We've created our very own unique condiment and pickle recipes, and they're good on anything. Seriously, anything.

You look Hungry. Want an awesome burger without having to be social? We've got you covered.