On July 3rd, we were feeling kind of lazy. We had spent most of the day just hanging out and relaxing, but we still had to eat. We decided to head over to Whitestone to use our 20% off train tickets and pick up our pint glasses. There was also a food truck we had never tried, so we thought we'd give it a shot. That night's truck was Grassfed ATX. It was not crowded and we got a few beers while we waited for our burgers to cook. The nice thing about food trucks is that they don't have a totally extensive menu, so it makes choosing a bit easier sometimes.
Mike opted for the Reuben burger and I went traditional with the cheeseburger. Our burgers were served with potato chips. These burgers were just okay. We could tell by tasting them that they were healthy. They just had that taste to them. They weren't bad, but they definitely were missing a bit of flavor. They also had organic cheese, which was nice and creamy. I loved the idea of a grass fed burger, but the reality was that this burger was nothing special. I have had some grass fed burgers that are quite delicious, so something was just missing from this one. It wasn't horrible by any means, but it also wasn't a truck I'd seek out by any means. We did love our beer and pint glasses, and we still feel like Whitestone could become our own personal Cheers.