Celebrating forty years, the family operation that began in a gas station now thrives at three full-service restaurants—and in April garnered a best-burger win at Fort Worth’s food and wine festival, where judges chose the Asian-inspired Thai Tommy over fierce competition. The burger plays kimchi against a house-made Thai chile sauce, mellowed by melted Gouda atop a thick, juicy patty. Also great is the burger that pairs roasted green peppers and creamy goat cheese, especially with crunchy tots alongside. An unexpected delight is the basket filled with golden, crispy catfish filets and hush puppy “sticks,” preferably washed down with a local craft IPA.