Apparently this used to be a Mexican restaurant -- no longer. It's a place with a serious bar, an excellent list of ever-changing draft beers and a burger-oriented menu. The room is hard-surfaced and noisy and most of the seating is metal chairs at communal tables of six or more. Crowd on this Thursday night was primarily 20's and 30's, which made the Sinatra-style soundtrack rather incongruous.
Service was friendly, perhaps because they'd never seen anyone that old in the place, and the bartender was happy to let us sample the beers prior to ordering. The drinking side gets three or four stars, but overall the rating goes down for the noise and the very disappointing burger. We both had the Makin Bacon burger, a hefty patty of pork and beef served on a bare bun with no mayo, lettuce, tomato or anything else. And there was no Dijon-type mustard in the house. I suppose all that is a conscious choice, but to me a dry burger with no accompaniments is inadequate. The regular fries were passable, if not particularly fresh-tasting, but the garlic fries reeked of garlic powder and left an aftertaste that was most displeasing to me and to my sleeping partner of the evening (who happens to be my sleeping partner of every evening). Good place to drop in for a drink and a young, noisy vibe. Look elsewhere for your burger fix.
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