I arrived late on a Tuesday night after work, when I walked in there was only a couple of people hanging out eating. I took a seat at the bar which I never do as the bartender never tends to be the best server when it comes to food. The bartender was like none I have ever seen before, he was there every time I needed him and all I had to do was look at him (and yes, there were people at the bar drinking at the time).
The food came surprisingly fast figuring it is freshly made, the fries are thick cut and excellent and the burger is art in its own right. I got the 8oz B&B burger on wheat bread. The bread isn’t a hamburger bun but more of a wheat roll made to fit the burger. The burger was cooked perfect and all of the toppings looked and tasted like they were just cut 10 minutes prior.
During the meal the bartender was perfect with the conversation (I normally like to be left alone), he checked in on me and provided small chat once in a while and knew when to leave me alone. Upon checking out he even offered to send me off with a fresh Dr. Pepper!
I’m here from Atlanta for a week and am sad to say that I just found this place (on Trip Advisor) on the last night I am here. But the first stop I will make on my return trips will be to Burgers and Blues. Ignore the people saying “it’s alright for a $9.99 burger” or “the wine is ho hum for XXX monies”. It’s not always about the cost or the portion size, you have to take it all in. This includes the place, people, service and cost, if you take this view you will be happy that you came as you will leave feeling like family.
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