31 May, 2016
State Fare, formerly known as Pour Society. serves everything from chip and dip (yes, queso included) to frito pie to burgers and the best fries. Southern comfort and a hearty touch is infused in every meal, including the cocktails. Check out their full dinner menu here.
I've decided that our tasting at State Fare was one for the books...hands-down one of the best meals I've had, and it definitely took some preparation and room in my stomach. Now I have a better understanding of how these guys in eating competitions can inhale hotdogs and make room for more. Maybe not that extreme, but my food baby was saying otherwise.
Speaking of the chips, they're all made fresh at the restaurant. The tortilla chips, sweet potato chips, and barbecue chips aren't your run of the mill.
Just take a look at their full drink menu here and tell me you're not ready for a cocktail. My favorite was the Blueberry Ginger Mule, but the Texas Greyhound came in a close second. If you're a Moscow Mule lover, you'll be head-over-heels for the Blueberry Mule. The Texas Greyhound was the most refreshing drink on the menu with grapefruit and elderflower.
Next time I'm definitely saving room for dessert and some mac n' cheese! There's something for everybody at State Fare, even if you're a vegetarian, non-dairy eater, or have any other specific requests, the staff is very accommodating. Maybe not understanding, because we love us some cheese and meat in Texas, but they got you!
The team at State Fare is beginning renovations to revamp the ropes and western-inspired decor with a gorgeous pops of navy, but make sure to check out their bar area that's coming!
My Red Glasses and the staff at State Fare for an amazing experience!
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