Thursday, November 2, 2017

Hopdoddy Brings Back Turducken Burger — Because It’s Not Christmas Yet

Posted By on Thu, Nov 2, 2017 at 2:00 PM

  • Courtesy of Hopdoddy Burger Bar

Halloween is over, Dia de los Muertos is on its way out, and though some overzealous elves are already jingling all the way through November, we have to remember one very important thing: Thanksgiving.

To celebrate that recently bulldozed holiday that takes a back seat to rampant consumerism when shoppers commence Black Friday on Thursday evening, Hopdoddy Burger Bar is introducing the turducken burger on November 8.

Available through November 22, the $10 burger is described as including "a stuffing bun top (with all flavor packed in), fried green beans and onions, cranberry sauce, salt & pepper, mayonnaise, a turducken patty, and a stuffing bun on bottom."

And because they're not monsters, turkey gravy is served on the side.

Oh, and the stuffing-infused buns are also on sale. The buns are baked in-house daily and will run $6 for 6 buns. Guests can pre-order the buns online between November 13-19 and schedule their pickup between November 20-22, for all their Thanksgiving leftover sammiches.

Let the Turducken Burger serve as a reminder of Thanksgiving feasts of yesteryear, or fuel your shopping excursions at The Rim. Yay Capitalism.

17623 La Cantera Pkwy. #101, (210) 434-2337.

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