A friend & I went to the Rancho Cucamonga location for the first time in June. I made my own all beef burger with teriyaki & avocado. It was delicious! Easily one of the best burgers I had ever had. Burger was a little pricey, but well worth it. You have to order fries separately with the make-your-own burgers and they were $6-7. Huge order, but I would rather pay less and get a more average-sized order. Service was good.
My friend and I just went again in August. This time, not so good. Ordered a bleu all beef burger. Could hardly find the bleu on it. The patty was dry and the outside was burned. My friend had a turkey burger and it was dry also. We didn't plan to complain though, we just continued eating. We were caught by surprise when someone came by asking how our food was. We mentioned the problems and she said she would notify the cooks. We thought that was the end of it when a young man came by and gave us each a coupon to come back ($10 value) and apologized profusely. They also removed the cost of our appetizer. Wow! That's service.
Getting to the appetizer--Vampire Dip--it was to die for!!! For this you must be a garlic lover! It has plenty of garlic, cheese & artichoke hearts served in a bread bowl with slices of pita and bread to dip with. Did I say Awesome?!! I will definitely go back for this dip!!
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