Eat-A-Burger. Not sure if they are still open or not. Yelp says its closed, but their phone number is still in service.
There was a hamburger trailer parked downtown along pennington
then the owners opened a fixed location nearby. Can't recall their name
and are they still open?
More stuff for people who want to be "noticed".
You are incorrect about the peanut oil and peanut allergies. Allergies come from protein and oil does not contain protein therefore, no allergies.
most overrated burger in town.
unsaltedbutter: My guess is that the Star operates on a 90-day wait to review new restaurants like we do, so it works out that we're on the same schedule sometimes.
Possibly. Interesting how they both differ.
I'm wondering why the Star and Weekly are reviewing the same restaurant in the same week?
Eating hamburger that is not fully cooked puts the diner at risk of E. coli food poisoning.
No mention of the amazing, housemade veggie burger?! It's the best in town!
If you want your meat cooked past medium-rare, just admit you don't like beef, and order the chicken patty or veggie "burger" instead. Look, that cow gave it's life for your dinner, don't let its death be in vain.
Notable, I think, that the restaurant critic makes zero mention of Diablo's unique bun. Seems like an odd oversight for someone seemingly obsessed with detail.
All this place is is a sunday morning hangout for 60+ year old men with ponytails and same age women in tiedyed skirts and tank tops. Food is marginal and overpriced.
wow, that wine/beer/cocktail list is a fucking disaster.
Delectables is now opening for breakfast 7:30am Mon - Fri and 9am on Sat and Sunday.
no "chocolaty" is my spell check's spelling.
And the light cheese was house made burrata.
was chocolaty their spelling too? ;) Chocolatey
More foie gras for the rest of us.
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