The $14 Texans burger at the official sports bar of the Houston Texans is made of "our signature house blend of brisket & short rib from Creekstone Farms and topped with pepperjack, roasted red peppers, blue corn tortilla strips and garlic aioli," according to the menu. Just the thing for hungry fans waiting for the Texans to kick off the season opener in Seattle at 9:20 p.m. our time.
If you were dying to try the Houston Texans Grille's deep-fried cheeseburger that I wrote about in Houstonia's Burger Issue, sorry, it has been removed from the menu. So was the Knife-and-Fork burger, an open-faced hamburger sandwich which might have been awesome if it came with New Orleans brown gravy instead of industrial demi-glace.
But the intriguing Bangkok burger is still on the menu. Made with ground pork, sweet and spicy Asian sauce, fried potato straws, carrots, avocado, and wasabi mayo, it sells for $11.