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BoomerJack's cracks open ice cold beer and stacked burgers in Lake Worth

BoomerJack's cracks open ice cold beer & stacked burgers in Lake Worth

Burger adorned with cheese and onion strings. Photo courtesy of BoomerJacks

Sports bar coming through with the arrival of BoomerJack's Grill, which is opening a location in Lake Worth at 6800 NW Loop 820, Fort Worth.

According to a release, this newest location of the Hurst-based chain will open on September 8, in a new building next to Cheddar's; it'll be the fourth location in Tarrant County.

BoomerJack's is known for its wall-to-wall TVs, prototypical bar food including burgers and wings, and female servers in low-cut tank tops.

The concept was founded in 2001 by Brent Tipps who opened the first location in East Dallas' Casa Linda Plaza. His company is now called On Deck Concepts and includes 17 restaurants across DFW including BoomerJack's Grill, plus social lounge Sidecar Social, and a live-music venue, Bedford Ice House.

"We built BoomerJack's to be a place where we and our friends could relax, catch a game and enjoy a good time,” says owner-founder Brent Tipps in a statement.

The menu is described as innovative takes on traditional American grill dishes. They prepare their food fresh every day, including sauces and dressings.

They serve beer at a frosty 29 degrees, using a high-tech glycol-cooled system. Many locations offer at least a dozen draft beers and more than a dozen craft beers. Every location features a full bar.

Many locations also feature all-season backyard-style patios including roll-up garage-door bars, bars made out of old shipping containers, cooling misters, oversize fans, fire pits, and heaters. This location will also offer live music every Wednesday.

They're also kid-friendly and dog-friendly.

Tipps originally founded a wing chain called Lone Star Wings way back in 2003, so it should come as no surprise that BoomerJack's has wings, plus nachos, sandwiches, and burgers such as the Triple B, with beef, bacon, brisket, and onion rings, served on a pretzel roll.