From the Dallas Observer (hat tip to my good buddy Daniel, of Full Custom Gospel BBQ):
A license plate design approved yesterday by the Department of Motor Vehicles could pave the way for tags adorned with sliced brisket and cheese enchiladas.
Mighty Fine Burgers, a restaurant with three Austin-area outlets, is the first for-profit food business to issue a novelty plate through Texas' specialty plate vendor. The plate features a hamburger and the words "Mighty Fine Burgers."
As you might know, Mighty Fine and Austin's locations of Rudy's Country Store & Bar-B-Q share the same management company. So, maybe a Rudy's license plate is on the horizon, which brings me to our Question of the Day: Would you pay for a BBQ novelty plate? If so, what BBQ joint would be on your plate? Pun intended.