Had lunch here. The Firebrick burger and double fried fries. It was a good burger but seriously not for those who don't like capsaicin. The fries were likewise very good. Dings for the representation of the food. The website says that the meat is ground daily, and I believe it is. This has led many reviewers to conclude that the meat is local and organic and ethically raised and what-have-you. When I asked my waitress if the beef was local and/or grass fed I was told, "Oh, no it comes frozen from Colorado and we grind it here. We use so much no local supplier could handle it". This struck me as a crock, as many restaurants in the area source local, grass fed, natural beef. This experience was late last summer (2012), but looking at the web site today I see that the line still is, "We still grind the meat daily for our burgers...".
But of course it's a bistro now (adding steaks, chops and cobb salad), except it has the Camburger, a $25/lb, 4lb burger (yes, a $100 burger) whose claim to fame is that if you finish it you get a free meal next time; presumably not another Camburger.
This was good as a burger joint, but it has the feel of a place that's getting lost. Is it a burger joint? A French bistro? A man-cave waiting for Adam Richman to arrive?
Time will tell, and so will you.
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