Had a chance to tryout the Burger Cellar with a large group. Place is upscale and staff were friendly and accommodating. More than just burgers.
Some interesting dishes and an attempt to offer things out of the ordinary. Like the seared tuna tacos - thought this dish was a miss as it tried to be a fusion of Japanese and Mexican cuisine and missed by a wide margin. On the flipside, poutine dish was good.
The restaurant offers up burgers with different "grades" of beef. All are high quality and can get pricey if you have the highest grade (over $10 for just the burger, no sides). The burgers are good - just keep in mind that you'll be paying for it. The Burger Priest is right next door, so you can actually get a good burger and save a bit of money by going there.
If you want something more than just burgers, Burger Cellar offers a wide variety of entrees and a wide variety of spirits - some things Burger Priest doesn't have. Keep in mind that entrees will run you $15 and up, so this place isn't going to be cheap especially if you have a big group.
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