Off Site Kitchen
Dallas, TX 75207
Dallas Observer's Description
If you work within two miles of Off-Site Kitchen, the low-rent Neighborhood Services offshoot, you might as well re-brand it as your office cafeteria. Nick Badavinus turned this corner storfront into his own personal playground. It’s half commissary and test kitchen for the other restaurants in this group and half carry-out, featuring what could be Dallas’ best sub-five dollar burger. Try the corned beef, too. You’ll get the same slices you’d receive on an NHS Tavern Reuben, cooked gently in a sous vide bath, and spend about a third of the price. Russet fries are perfect for dipping five at a time, and there’s canned beer to pound on the patio. Watch out during poor weather, though. The Off-Site Kitchen has minimal indoor seating.
Tips from foursquare
People in the know go to Off-Site Kitchen for dirt-cheap delicious lunches. The 48-hour cracked pepper brisket sandwich is the stuff dreams are made of. [Eater 38 Member]
The 48 hour brisket and the fries were awesome. I would definitely recommend the place to anyone.
Open 1030 to 330 Mon to Sat
The Do It Murph-style is excellent.
Don't be deceived by simplicity: the basic order here consists of a quarter pound of house-ground Angus (chuck roll and shoulder), griddled onions, lettuce, tomato pickle and mayo.
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