Taking the elevator to a tall floor in a medical professional building for a burger is a bit incongruous. The antiseptic building and a good greasy burger don't seem to mix. But it is a pleasant surprise to find a clean, well-lighted place where even some of the medical professionals were indulging. Our reviewers loved the bun, split of the flavorfullness of the beef, and gave kudos to the aggressive mustard-based house sauce, even if we all didn't love it. Tall fries were a plus as well. Board certified service. If you need a colonoscopy and a burger in the same place, this is your place. Just be sure to do so in the right order.
Sunday, December 11, 2016
I think the pigs were in more of a seated, rather than flying, position for our lunch. The double-patty Au-Cheval style burger is topped with a large, perhaps too large, wedge or bacon. Reviewers differed on the flavor experience. Proponents found the beef rich and satisfying, cooked to order, even if the handling was a bit awkward. Detractors points to in-the-loop level pricing ($16.95) without the Randolph Street flavor. Points for the small plating. Deduction for nubbin fries. All in all, a "go" but not a "must go." Low of 74; high of 80; average of 76.
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