Several bun options. Exotic house-ground meats. Unique topping options like Abita root beer caramelized onions and praline bacon. Wide variety of gourmet cheeses (which they probably pick up from Stein's Deli across the street). This place has so much promise. But $10 for a basic 1/4 lb burger, even if it is made from antelope, seems steep. That's before adding cheese or premium toppings (up to 3 "basic" toppings are included). There are chef-recommended combinations ($13-18), or you can build your own. I chose the latter (antelope on Hawaiian sweet roll w/gouda goat cheese, jalapenos, tomato, arugula, caramelized onions & praline bacon). At first, it came without the bacon or the onions. I told the server & she brought them out separately. The onions were really good--though Abita RB isn't a very strong flavor, so you don't really taste root beer in the onions. The praline bacon was more like "bacon with brown sugar on one side". I think I was expecting it to be more candied. Flavor was good though, and it added a lot to the burger. Without those things though... meh. All three of the burgers in our party were also a little overdone. Nice outdoor balcony seating with a cool view.
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