Mighty Fine is like a tasty oasis on 620, reminding you that all-natural Texas-style burgers are always within reach.
Near the intersection of 620 and 2222 (right in front of Thundercloud Subs) and in the spot that was vacated by Hey Cupcake! is where you’ll find the Mighty Fine food trailer. Well, it’s actually a tricked-out shipping container … we’ll explain that later.
Now let’s talk about the food. Y-U-M.
The menu is simple allowing the high-quality ingredients to be the star of the show. The Mighty Fine motto is all about freshness. Their meat is antibiotic and preservative-free. It is locally sourced from certified small ranchers who raise vegetarian fed cows.
In addition to the beef being ground and formed into patties on-site, the tomatoes, onions, and lettuce are all sliced and hand-cut on-site too.
And like everything else on the menu, those fries aren’t frozen!
Mighty Fine’s mighty good crinkle fries — a customer fav — are prepped daily from fresh Idaho potatoes. They have a machine that crinkle cuts the potatoes (yes, a crinkle cutter is a real thing). The onion rings are also cut fresh and breaded.
The menu has classic hamburgers, cheeseburgers, and chicken sandwiches, as well as sides and shakes.
When you’re feeling extra hungry there’s The Beast — two half-pound patties.
Or if you’re feeling peckish, you can get the Salad Sandwich which is all of the fresh veggies minus the meat.
They also have a devilishly yummy plate of chili cheese fries if you’re in need of a cheesy treat.
Don’t forget Mighty Fine can satisfy a sweet tooth with their hand-dipped shakes and fresh squeezed lemonade (original and strawberry). Plus, you can get gluten free buns and they have a kiddie menu for the youngsters. There’s picnic seating tucked away behind the trailer with a bean bag toss for added fun.
It’s worth noting that Mighty Fine does use peanut oil exclusively because they feel like it’s the purest, best-tasting oil and it’s monounsaturated and trans-fat free. They use a highly refined heat process that removes the protein from the oil, so it’s not considered a major allergen, but again, it’s worth mentioning.
And now for the shipping container explanation …
The Mighty Fine food trailer is a custom built mobile restaurant that started out as a simple Saf-T-Box shipping container. Think huge containers made for cargo transport on ocean freighters. This innovative approach to mobile kitchens is just another example of how Mighty Fine likes to think (and cook) outside of the box.
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