The North Texas Hot Brown at LUCK. Photo by Catherine Downes.

Eat With Your Eyes: North Texas Hot Brown

The open faced sandwich comes with smoked turkey breast, thick slabs of bacon, grilled tomatoes and is slathered with white cheddar beer cheese sauce.

I ventured over to Trinity Groves this past weekend to photograph newly-opened DiDi’s Tamale Diner. Somewhere between inquiring about their mezcal selection and photographing the most tantalizing torta I’ve ever seen, an insatiable craving for a dark, frothy stout kicked in. Once finished working, I walked over to LUCK, pulled up a stool at the bar and ordered a Community Legion Russian Imperial Stout. It’s a seriously delicious beer. Halfway through my glass I realized that it was 1 p.m. and I hadn’t eaten breakfast, so I ordered the most breakfast-y thing on their menu, the North Texas Hot Brown. The open faced sandwich comes with smoked turkey breast, thick slices of bacon, grilled tomatoes and is slathered with white cheddar beer cheese sauce. It was the perfect way to sop up the stout.

Photo by Catherine Downes.
Photo by Catherine Downes.
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