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It’s Time for a … Burger Fight!

Tickets go on sale today for the child of Meat Fight.
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D Magazine and Alice Laussade have entered into what you might call a relationship. The James Beard Award-winning writer has typed a few stories for us in recent months. If you haven’t yet read her story about the plastic surgeon who is producing a musical about breast implants, then you should rectify that situation pronto.

Beyond the keyboard, Alice is the brains behind Meat Fight. And if you don’t know what Meat Fight is, then I don’t even know what you’re doing here. It’s a Dallas thing. Get on the stick.

And now comes the inaugural Burger Fight. Eight local joints are headed to Community Beer Company on June 25 to determine whose cow sandwich is the best in all the land. Tickets go on sale today. All your details are right here.

Well, there are two details not mentioned at that site: first, D Magazine is a sponsor. Like I said, we’re in a relationship. Second, our own dining critic, Brian Reinhart, will subject himself to a dunking booth that, I’m guessing, will generate very little revenue because there’s not a single restaurateur in Dallas who would pay to dunk Brian. Really.

See y’all there.

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