I was taking a trip to Cincy with my mom and we wanted to find a unique place to dine. We saw that Terry's was on Diners Drive-Ins and Dives on Food Network and it looked interesting. We got there early around 5pm and there was no one else there. We heard that if you get there after 6, you will be waiting a long time. We were promptly seated and we got our drinks quickly. We both ordered burgers with cheese and other toppings. With our fries, we chose two different sauces. I got the goat cheese red pepper sauce and my mom got the cheese sauce. We were a little surprised by the small amount we were given. Each sauce costs a few dollars extra and they came in those little plastic cups that restaurants give to take a sauce home. The cheese sauce was excellent, very creamy and flavorful. It came warm. The goat cheese red pepper sauce was interesting and flavorful. It was cold which was not as desirable as the cheese sauce. The burgers were huge and juicy. They don't skimp on the portions (besides the sauces). For 2 burgers, 2 fries, 2 sodas and 2 sauces our bill came to $37. We thought it was a little pricey but we enjoyed the meal and we were glad that we tried something different. The inside and outside are uniquely decorated with vintage neon signs for a cool ambiance. If you want to get a great burger and have a cool experience, I would recommend Terry's.