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Rooster’s Roadhouse


Rooster’s looks like a junkyard when you first walk in, and the entire restaurant is weirdly decorated with license plates, Barbie dolls, and plenty of neon signs. Don’t be fooled by the odd style, though. We have nothing but admiration for the garlic jalapeno burger served with a side of homemade chips. It comes with crispy bacon, jalapenos, and smoked garlic aioli.

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