The Bridgetender is worth a detour if you want a great burger in an informal (OK, rustic and funky) atmosphere. Great outside seating in summer, cozy inside in winter. Wood booths, odd wall decorations, a bit dark, usually a noisy but good-natured bar scene, on the young and athletic side.. We were there on a quiet week night in late September, the first of several times that we've been there that we haven't had a wait for a table. Bacon cheeseburger with onion rings, Swiss burger (Swiss cheese, bacon, avocado) with waffle fries (more crispy than regular fries). Burgers were cooked to order. Beer list could be better, but the Fat Tire on draft was just fine. I think there are other things on the menu, but why bother looking? When you need a burger fix this is the place to be.
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