Folks have dined in the City of Dallas for more than 150 years, but it’s a rare restaurant that manages to stay afloat through changing times and trends for the generations necessary to be considered an institution. The city recently lost one of those institutions: Goff’s Charcoal Hamburgers, a student mainstay near Southern Methodist University serving charcoal-broiled burgers […]
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