Side Show: Best New Burgers
When it comes to these golden picks, yes—you want fries (or tots!) with that.
Get the perfectly crisp coins as a side or in a basket—just get them. $2.75
A generous shake of cheese balances this option’s earthy oil. $2.95
(Off-Menu) Tater Tots
They’re not listed, but ask for them anyway: light, fluffy, and just salty enough, with an excellent crunch. $3
An upgrade from the well-seasoned fries, with savory chicken gravy and topped with mozzarella curds and herbs. $3.50
Between the Bun
The kicker here? A healthy sprinkle of spicy, housemade seasoning. $2.59
Forget the Fries
These spud alternatives might be better than the main event.
Bru Burger Bar
This thick, beer-battered version offers a satisfying crunch without the hollowness or mushiness that often plague hulking rings. $7
Chorizo cream cheese oozes from these terrific panko-fried peppers, complemented by just-sweet-enough balsamic-raspberry sauce. $12
Mac & Smokey Beer Cheese
Black Acre ale imbues this spicy, not-for-kids take on the comfort dish—an otherwise classic rendition, homemade-with-care charred edges and all. $5
Shake Your Love
It’s legal to have a burger without a stellar milkshake—but why would you want to?
B Spot Burgers
Say yes to the suggested shot of hazelnut Frangelico. The combo delivers, as do the crumbled chocolate cookies added for texture. $6.99 (plus $3 for booze)
A hunk of its eponymous baked good tops off the subtly sweet signature shake. $4.95
Vanilla Haus Milkshake
Anything but plain, this super-smooth version made with Dean’s Country Fresh high-butterfat ice cream bursts with flavor. $5
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