Ok, visiting RICHMOND, I searched for an interesting "local" eatery and came upon here. When I saw the actual address...I was like "whaaaa"... its 3500 1/2 West Cary Street. This is in the heart of CARYTOWN a vibrant part of the city & full of charm. The parking lot is kinda wacky and its literally off the main street, kinda embedded in the alley..?? You will need to park on the back of the bldg...a few small signs are on the street, but as you take the Exit, there is a Carytown sign...Overall, its worth the drive we ENJOYED our burgers & the experience.
Many types of burgers are offered from veggie, to meat-fest gallore..tator tots, chili, fries, FYI, the have chicken & BBQ as well. I would advise you look @ the menu before arriving..the choices can be overwhelming and with the small ordering station, locals might get antsy if you are taking too long [=
They offer a small UPSTAIRS dining room or outside as well. We opted to sit upstairs the music was lively and a waiter brings your food. Fountain drinks are offered and it seems like they blend lemonade with most anything to make a special flavor JUST FOR YOU. Beer and a few bottle soda/water is offered. They even have desserts....we got a brownie block..it was yummy.
I got a South of the Border burger (with EXTRA jalepenos) & my family got a Kojak burger.
There url is: http://www.carytownburgersandfries.com/ Hours 1100a-1000p daily.
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