I brought my family here for a late lunch. The story is interesting, in that the Menches Brothers are inventors of the hamburger and the ice cream cone, and the original recipes are used. The menu reports the story and there are a lot of photos of the Menches Brothers' prior enterprise.
Although the restaurant was almost empty, it took nearly 15 minutes before a server came to ask for drink orders. Our orders came promptly and correctly. Our burgers were well-done plus and not really much different from fast food burgers. The buns were buttered and toasted which are a little different from the usual. Fries and onion rings were also nothing special, neither were the sauerkraut balls which were basically finely chopped sauerkraut rolled into balls, dunked in the onion ring batter and deep fried. I also tried the Ragin' Cajun sauce, which is basically barbecue sauce with a little extra spice. We're weren't even asked about the dessert option but at that point it really didn't matter.
If you're looking for the best burger in the area, I hope this isn't it.
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