Every restaurant attempts to do the impossible, but only Hopdoddy’s menu prices have accomplished it twice. First, they bring you incredibly good values on their menu while providing you with a special treat you can’t get anywhere else, an Impossible Burger. Their menu is based on a broad range of burgers that use only meat grown with no hormones or antibiotics, and that’s ground daily on site, served up on bread baked fresh every morning.
Add their sauces to this, and you’ve got a complete menu made with locally sourced products and made fresh at the establishment every day, something you won’t find just anywhere.
We know you’re hungry now, check out their full menu:
|The Classic Burger||$7.00|
|The Classic Burger with Cheese||$7.75|
|The Classic Burger with Bacon & Cheese||$8.50|
|Goodnight / Good Cause||$8.25|
|Ahi Tuna Burger||$12.50|
|Spinach & Arugula||$9.25|
|Add Akaushi Beef||$5.25|
|Add Black Bean Patty||$3.75|
|Parmesan Truffle Fries with Truffle Aioli||$6.95|
|Green Chile Queso with Fries||$6.75|
|Chili Con Queso with Fries||$6.75|
|Classic Frozen Margarita||$7.00|
|The Skinny Dip||$10.50|
|Soco Sweet Tea||$7.50|
|Black Cherry Hard Limeade||$7.50|
|Doble Fina Margarita||$8.00|
|(512) Pecan Porter||$6.00|
|St. Arnold Lawnmower||$5.00|
|Austin Beer Works Pearl Snap||$5.00|
|Real Ale Firemans #4||$5.00|
|Revolver Blood & Honey||$8.00|
|Thirsty Planet Bucket Head IPA||$7.00|
|Thirsty Planet Thirsty Goat Amber||$6.00|
|Live Oak Hefeweizen||$5.00|
|Parducci White Sustainable||Glass||$5.00|
|King Estate Pinot Gris||Glass||$7.00|
|Matanzas Creek Sauvignon Blanc||Glass||$7.00|
|Alexander Valley Chardonnay||Glass||$6.00|
|Parducci Red Sustainable||Glass||$5.00|
|Carmel Road Pinor Noir||Glass||$7.00|
|Rutherford Hill Merlot||Glass||$8.00|
|Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon||Glass||$8.00|
|Natural Vanilla Bean Milkshake||$5.00|
|All Other Milkshakes||$6.00|
|Maine Root Sodas or Iced Tea||$2.75|
|Fresh-Squeezed Ginger Lemonade||$3.25|
|Bottled Sodas, Water, or Topo Chico||$3.00|
|Shiner, Dos XX, Original Sin Cider||$4.00|
Popular Menu Items
Let’s face it when you’re going to Hopdaddy’s you’re going for a burger, and if you aren’t you’re going to be sorely disappointed. On their menu, you’ll find such impossible offerings as the El Diablo, a delicious cheese-laden burger with jalapenos and bacon, the Ahi Tuna burger made with a slab of delicious Ahi Tuna lightly seared on both sides and served up raw.
Looking for some fries? Maybe you won’t be disappointed when you try their delicious Kennebeck fries, or maybe you’re in the mood for something a bit Tex-Mex? Try out their Chili Con Queso fries; deliciously spiced potato straws served up with a dip cup of Chili con Queso.
Looking for something else? Try these popular items off their menu:
Like James Bond at a fancy dress affair, “The Impossible” comes to your table looking like just another burger, laden with cheese, tomatoes, onions, and lettuce. Little do you know that not all is what it seems, this burger is made with a special blend of ingredients by Impossible Foods that makes it look like real meat, when in fact it’s a veggie burger in disguise.
The price isn’t impossible at $12.00
Buffalo Bill Burger
Sometimes we want to bite a burger that bites back, and the Buffalo Bill burger won’t leave you disappointed. Made from a rich blend of lean bison meat, topped with pepper jack, and drizzled with Buffalo Sauce before being topped with bacon and served on a Brioche Bun, the Buffalo Bill will leave your lips tingling.
Get out on the range for just $10.00
Hoss Hot Chicken
You know the only thing better than hot wings? A spicy chicken burger made with a thick juicy chunk of breaded and fried chicken drenched in hot sauce. Served on a bed of shredded lettuce with tomato and a couple of pickles, this is the ultimate chicken experience for the hot wing lover.
Get’em while they’re hot at $10.00
Parmesan Truffle Fries
Decadence can be found even at a simply burger joint like Hopdoddy’s. You’ll find these fries to be an absolute dive into the realm of luxury foods when you taste the sprinkle of parmesan and drizzle with truffle oil that makes these fries amazing. Crisp and fresh, they’re like nothing you’ve ever tasted from a burger establishment.
Completely reasonable at $6.95 a plate
Born in Austin, Texas, Hopdoddy has spread throughout the Southwest on the back of an assortment of delicious flavors that set it apart from other restaurants of its type. Throughout their existence, they’ve dedicated themselves to providing something just a little different from the typical fare of burger joints. Just like it should be in Texas, everything on their menu comes just a little bigger than the usual fare.
Most importantly, they were the recipient of The Impossible Burger from Impossible Foods, a burger that was so rich and well made that it was utterly indistinguishable from other burgers except by its superior flavor. What set it apart you ask? There was no meat in the burger at all. Instead, it was made from a special blend of plants and infused with a special substance called heme that made it indistinguishable from other burgers.