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Restaurant Review: D’ Ray’s Burgers and Dogs

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Published: Friday, January 31, 2014

Updated: Thursday, January 30, 2014 16:01

The first time my friend asked me if I had ever eaten at D’Ray’s, my response was “who?”

She was quick to inform me that D’Ray’s was a “burger and dog joint” with some excellent shakes and burgers.

If anyone enjoys a good burger, it’s me. So I headed over to 1101 S Chadbourne St for lunch.

I entered the quaint little, locally owned place and was immediately greeted by a friendly cashier who asked “what can I get you mijo?”

Man, I love me some good service, so I ordered a bacon cheeseburger, fries and a coke.

It seemed as if no later than she had taken my order, my food was brought out to me, but it was not old or cold as I had initially feared.

“I could get use to this,” I thought to myself.

The burger was great. The fries were crispy on the outside and yummy on the inside.

After I had eaten my meal, I spent some time studying the menu.

Soft serve ice cream, some loaded down hot dogs, and plenty of burgers and fries were listed and I wished I was hungrier.

I decided to help my food settle down with some dessert and ordered an Oreo Texas Twister.

It reminds me of another frozen treat I will call a Snow Storm from a main stream establishment I will call Lactose King.

Despite our recent cold temperatures, I ate up a large in a hurry.

If you are looking for an even bigger lunch adventure, try the burger challenge, which consist of a 16 patty (or 17? I was too scared to count) cheeseburger.

If you can finish that bad boy, lunch is on me.

Until then, enjoy a great tasting meal with some great service. Bon Appétit!!

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