Battle of the beef

Dallas-Fort Worth’s strong economy, diverse customer base help create robust burger competition


The Dallas-Fort Worth area appears to be about one beef patty and two pickles away from becoming the front line in a full-fledged burger war.


California’s In-N-Out injected some major sizzle into the area’s burger competition this year by entering the North Texas market with five stores, long lines and plans to build a distribution center in Fort Worth. Carl’s Jr., a division of CKE Restaurants, has ramped up development in the metropolitan area, with 13 new

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